Professional dental care — from the comfort of home!

August 17, 2021

So you’ve made the jump and decided to try Byte — amazing, congrats! But who should you contact if you have questions? How will you know if your treatment is progressing as it should be? Don’t worry, custom­ers have access to ongoing professional care, from the comfort of home (or maybe even from a warm sandy beach 😉).

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First, get in touch. Just like calling your dentist to book an appoint­ment, you’ll first reach out to our Customer Care Team. They’ll ask for some basic information and decide the best way to help you out. Don’t worry, they’ve heard it all — when in doubt, give us a shout.

Next, if your question or issue requires oral care support, they will put you directly in touch with our Professional Care Team. Byte has recruited some of the best in their field — all of them are state accredited dental assistants and hygienists. Not only do they have extensive in-office experience; they also are super easy to talk to — which is important to getting the care you need.

  • All team members have at least 5 years of chairside dental experience before joining the
    Byte team.
  • Many team members have 15–20 years!
  • They’re available by email, phone, or video chat, 6 days a week during regular business hours.
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Byte treatment is a team sport — and we have your back during and after treatment. Customized, profes­sional support is always included with your aligner purchase. As always, if you are experi­encing a medical emergency, please seek in-person help immediately and keep us informed. Your health and well-being are absolutely the priority!

While the experience and qualifications of our Professional Care Team are key to providing the support our customers expect, Professional Care Specialists are not acting as healthcare pro­viders to you and any information they provide is not intended to diagnose, treat, or offer clinical ser­vices for your oral or dental concerns. You should contact a licensed dental provider in your state if you have any questions or concerns about your dental care.