Stopping the community spread of the coronavirus relies on everyone doing their part. With the recent “Stay At Home Orders” from Buncombe County being issued as well as the recommendations of the American Association of Orthodontics regarding social distancing, Roeder Orthodontics has closed our office temporarily.
Address Your Orthodontic Needs with Virtual Visits
In an effort to offer top-notch and safe orthodontic services to our patients, Roeder Orthodontics is pleased to offer virtual visits. This easy-to-use service is ideal for both our current patients and those who new patients who are interested in a virtual consultation.
How Virtual Visits Work
If you are a current patient and you have questions or concerns about your treatment and its progress, Dr. Roeder is here to help you with a virtual visit. We can set up a meeting using FaceTime or Zoom if you desire. We are also available to answer questions via the contact form on our website.
New patient consultations can also be scheduled using a virtual visit. Simply go to this page and follow the detailed instructions. Dr. Roeder needs a series of eight comprehensive photos in order to provide you with a tentative treatment plan and fee estimate. Within 48 hours, you’ll hear back from Dr. Roeder regarding the details and an invitation to schedule a convenient time for you to come into the office to start treatment.
How to Schedule a Virtual Visit
If you’re interested in a new patient consultation with Dr. Roeder or if you’re a current patient with a question about the progress of your treatment, virtual visits are a safe and convenient way to get the orthodontics treatment you need. Scheduling a virtual visit is as easy as filling out our simple virtual consultation form.
In the message box, you can indicate your concerns or questions. If you’d rather set up a Zoom or FaceTime virtual visit, Dr. Roeder is happy to schedule that at your convenience.
During these challenging times of social distancing amid the coronavirus, Roeder Orthodontics is here to ensure that our patients still have access to the services they need.