Dental questions in quarantine

What to do if you have questions while in COVID-19 quarantine.
COVID-19 has brought uncertainty into many parts of our lives, including our dental health care system. Both the CDC and the American Dental Association (ADA) have recommended that dentists postpone preventive and elective procedures for the time being. After weeks of closure, we're still uncertain when dentists' doors can be opened again.

So, with most dentists closed completely and others simply checking their messages, a lot of people are asking the question: What happens when you have a dental question, or even a dental emergency during a pandemic Whether it’s a toothache, or concerning swelling, or simply a question about your clear aligner treatment, we are here to understand your issue, give you peace of mind, and connect you with a dentist who can meet with you virtually, if needed.​

Here at Wally, we bring a different approach to help patients with dental problems during the pandemic. Because we believe in making quality dental care accessible to everyone, we are opening our best feature up to everyone, for free. Our care team is online and ready to get you the help you need, when you need it. Forget leaving voicemails and hoping for a call back. You can reach us now via live chat on our website.

Whether your dentist office is closed, or you don’t have one, Wally is helping connect people like you with the dental care they need, for free.

How do I get an answer to my questions?

Contact our Care Team NOW. The Wally Care Team is ready to answer your questions at hiwally.co/talk-to-a-dentist. Get in touch and let us know what's bothering you.

We're continuing to help during this uncertain time

If you're located in the Boston or NYC area and have a dental question, come chat with our Care Team. Our experienced team can answer questions for free and help you evaluate if a virtual dentist visit can help with your issue.

Given the rapidly changing circumstances, we'll be looking for ways to continue helping and will provide updates as our Care Team evolves.

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