COVID-19 changed everything. And we’re changing with it.
Throughout these uncertain times, we were open to provide emergency care. Today we’re still open to provide you and your family safe dental care.
Your health has always been our priority at Sage Dental. That’s why you’ll experience a newly enhanced safety protocol the next time you visit our offices.
Introducing SageSafe: making your appointment safer and more comfortable than ever before.
- Financial Assistance
We’ve created a special COVID-19 financial assistance program to help patients affected by the pandemic.
- Personal protective equipment (PPE)
All of our Sage team members wear appropriate PPE, including N95 masks, face shields, gowns, etc., to protect patients and peers from exposure.
- Virtual Consultations
Snap, submit and receive treatment recommendations from your dentist via our teledentistry portal.
- Virtual Check-in
Check-in and wait safely in your car. We’ll call you when it’s time for your appointment.
- Enhanced Air Filtration
All practices will be installing HEPA™ Air Purification systems to filter allergens, bacteria and viruses.
- Illness Pre-screening
Receive a quick temperature and illness questionnaire before your appointment.
- Contactless Paperwork
Fill out registration paperwork and other forms digitally before coming into your appointment.
- We take everyone’s temperature
Both patients and staff will have their temperatures taken to ensure all are healthy and symptom-free.
- Rinsing with a virus-killing solution
All patients will rinse with our ioRinse antiseptic mouthwash or similar oral rinse to ensure treatment is safe for all.
Are Sage Dental offices open during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Our offices are open for all dental procedures. To schedule an appointment, call 866-806-7594 or schedule a virtual consultation via our teledentistry portal.
If I’m not a current Sage Dental patient, can I still be seen?
Yes, we are accepting new patients. If you are not currently a Sage Dental patient and need dental care, we are available and open to serve the needs of our surrounding communities and clinical colleagues.
Can I reach a Sage Dental provider virtually?
During this time, we have made virtual consultations available via our online teledentistry portal. If you are having pain or believe you need to see a dentist but do not feel comfortable leaving your home, you can contact us at 866-806-7732 to initiate a virtual consultation with one of our providers.
Is Sage Dental offering financial assistance for those affected by COVID-19?
Yes, we’ve created a special COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program. We want to make it easy for you to maintain your oral health even if money is tight. Let us know how you’re doing, and we’ll work with you on payment arrangements.
Do you accept my insurance?
At Sage Dental, we accept most dental insurance plans. Our team will assist you in determining whether your dental treatment costs are covered. If your insurance covers your treatment, we will help you file your claim.
I don’t have insurance. What types of financing options do you offer?
We believe a healthy smile should be accessible to everyone. As part of our commitment to making comprehensive dentistry affordable for our patients, we offer our Sage Dental VIP Discount Program. With the VIP Discount Program, you can save up to 40% on routine and advanced dental treatment. We also have special financing available through our partnership with CareCredit.
Do you treat children?
Yes, we do! Sage Dental welcomes children of all ages. Not only is it important to keep your child’s smile healthy, it’s essential for kids to learn that visiting the dentist can be fun! Please remember, a parent or legal guardian must accompany all patients under the age of 18 during their visit.
Are your practices accessible to patients with disabilities?
Yes. Absolutely. Please feel free to call ahead if you would like us to make special arrangements for you or your family member.
Important tips to help keep yourself and those around you healthy:
Wash your hands throughly and frequently or use a hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent ethyl alcohol.
Cover your cough or sneeze with your elbow. Infections like the COVID-19 spread through the tiny droplets in coughs and sneezes.
Avoid touching your face, eyes or nose to reduce the spread of germs.
Stay home if you feel sick. If you have flu-like symptoms or otherwise feel unwell, stay home and rest.