As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our lives, Aspen Dental continues to update our operations to keep you safe and smiling. If you need to visit an office, you’ll get the same level of great care in an honest, judgement-free environment that protects us all.
Here’s a few things to know as you plan for your treatment.
Experiencing symptoms of COVID-19?
Please reschedule your appointment immediately. Symptoms include coughing, fever exceeding 100.4° F, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, and new loss of taste or smell. Call us at 844-589-8633 and we can promptly assist you.
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Save time, now and the in future. Creating an Aspen Dental account is the easy way to access to your treatment plan and billing statements. Pay your bill online with the peace of mind that your information is safe and secure with us.
Get in, get out, get smiling. When you fill out your paperwork online before your visit, you’ll spend less time in the office, so you’ll have less to worry about. Play it safe and complete your patient forms for a more seamless experience.
Have questions? We have answers
Your comfort and satisfaction are as important as your safety. That’s why we’ve implemented new protocols to protect you and our teams during your first visit. Here’s a peek of what you can expect.
Making you feel safe and at ease during this time is more important than ever. If you have reservations prior to your treatment, talk with your dentist or dental hygienist about your anxiety. They’re here to make your experience as stress-free as possible.
If you’re experiencing pain or require immediate care, Aspen Dental offices are here for you. Call us at (880) 270-3633 and we will find the earliest available appointment at a practice near you. See a full list of our emergency services.
We’re doing everything we can to get you smiling, safely. We start with a free denture consultation by phone or online, right from your home. All dentures are custom crafted in our onsite labs in as little as a day, too. Here’s what you can expect when you take the step.