COVID-19: Learn more about our new Standard of Care and Virtual Exams.

Virtual Exams

The COVID-19 Pandemic has impacted our lives in so many ways. We have always made it our mission to protect the health and safety of our patients and team members. At this time, we are forced to close our office except for emergency treatment. We miss seeing our patients and we refuse to let this pandemic prevent us from doing so. We are now offering virtual exams for new patients and existing patients. If you have a concern regarding periodontal disease, gum recession, or dental implants, we’d love the opportunity to speak with you virtually about how we can help you achieve your goals for oral health. Call, text or email us to get scheduled for your virtual exam!

Meet with one of our doctors to discuss your oral health goals.

1. Contact Us

If you are seeking a dental examination for periodontal disease, gum recession, or dental implants we can help. Just let us know by reaching out to us. You can call or text us at (918) 288-0818 or email us at contactus@tulsaperio.com.

2. Complete Online Forms

Our team will send you a link to complete your online forms. These forms can be filled out on a mobile device, tablet, or PC and are submitted online through our special portal. Once our doctors determine the need for a virtual exam, our office will call you to schedule.

3. Virtual Exam

Virtual examinations can be performed over the phone be we prefer to meet using video conferencing through secure platforms such as Zoom or Webex. This allows our doctors to share photos, x-rays, and documents to help patients understand their condition and to develop an appropriate treatment plan.

4. Schedule for Treatment

If in-office examinations or treatment is recommended, our team can assist our patients in scheduling a specific time to address their needs.

Request an Appointment

Virtual examinations are just the beginning of your journey to oral health. You may be asked to take photos of your mouth and teeth to help facilitate the examination. Examination fees do apply to this service and may be billable to dental insurance companies.