Interested in becoming a Teledentistry Dentist?

Teledentistry dentists are U.S. board-certified in general dentistry. Our dentists diagnose, treat and prescribe medications (if necessary) for common, non-urgent health issues.

Join the leading Teledentistry group …it’s pretty awesome.

Generate additional streams of revenue while providing convenient, quality care to more patients from the comfort of your home or office.

  • Flexible hours that work with your schedule
  • No billing required or administrative headaches
  • Perfect for those in residency programs, dentists who are just starting their practices and dentists who are retired.

These are the most common questions
we get asked from general dentists:

Teledentistry is a group of licensed general dentists who diagnose routine, non-emergency dental problems via the telephone or video. Teledentists recommend treatment and prescribe medication (when appropriate) over the telephone 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to patients.

Teledentistry provides services to patients of all ages. Teledentists determine the best age ranges for them to treat based upon their comfort level and the complexity of the dental issue.

Teledentistry offers services to both large and small corporations, unions, third party administrators, Insurance Companies, and the retail market.

Each dentist accepted to join the Teledentistry group is hired as a contract employee through Teledentistry.com. All contract employees receive a 1099 annually.

Currently Teledentistry.com is able to allow Teledentists to work their own hours. You can work as little or as much as you like!

No. If follow-up care is required, the dentist will recommend the patient see a local general dentist or visit an urgent care setting.

Part time dentists can add Teledentistry.com on to your existing malpractice insurance policy. If you are a full time dentist you are offered a robust benefits package which includes malpractice insurance and several other perks that you are just gonna drool over.

Yes. Teledentistry requires each patient complete a medical history disclosure prior to consult.

Then tell us a little about yourself!

If you’re a board-certified general dentist and you are interested in exploring teladentistry, we’d like to meet you. Fill out this form and we’ll be in touch as fast as a high speed handpiece!

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