Dentists Authorized to Give Covid-19 Vaccine: Get your free vaccine at 32 Pearls and a lower price on teeth straightening Invisalign
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has given dentists the authority to vaccinate after letters of request from the ADA (American Dental Association.) The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services amended an emergency declaration under the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act, which authorizes dentists to vaccinate and provide boosters for patients for COVID-19.
“Dentists already have the requisite knowledge and skills to administer vaccines and observe side effects — and many do so on a daily basis,” wrote ADA President Daniel J. Klemmedson, D.D.S., M.D., and ADA Executive Director Kathleen T O’Loughlin, D.M.D.
“Dentists are well educated in human anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology and are trained to administer intra-oral local anesthesia. It is arguably more difficult to administer an inferior alveolar nerve block inside the oral cavity than to vaccinate an exposed arm and manage any side effects.” The request was permitted to make sure all Americans can receive the vaccination.
Helping people to be in compliance with state and federal guidelines is important to the dental community.
Are you worried about having to get a booster shot? Many people are concerned with staying within the guidelines for their workplace or for social gatherings. When it comes to sticking with the rules, it can be a major inconvenience to know where to turn.
Luckily, at the 32 Pearls, we’ve made it both easy and convenient to get not only the initial vaccination but also a booster shot. With the state and federal guidelines constantly changing, one can quickly get confused about what is required and necessary.
That’s why we have made it very easy to stay compliant. We do all the homework for you to determine what is needed. Rest assured, you can get a booster shot here.
32 Pearls has the COVID-19 vaccine and boosters.
The COVID-19 vaccine and boosters are available at our offices. We are offering a few incentives to help eliminate stress while you save time and money.
There are two things patients have asked us about recently. The first is, do we have COVID-19 vaccinations? The answer is Yes. We will also offer boosters if and when they are available.
The next question patients have asked us is, “Do you offer deals on Invisalign?”
The answer is Yes. We have a couple of great deals on Invisalign.
When you come in for COVID-19 vaccinations, you will receive $200 off Invisalign. We are also offering Invisalign for less than 50% off. Therefore, you are getting an outrageously good deal.
- The regular price on Invisalign is $6,600.
- Our 50% sale price is $3,200.
- Knock off an additional $200 with your vaccination.
- The total cost of Invisalign is only $3,000. (Most insurances cover Invisalign up to $3,000. Insurance varies. Please ask for details.)
Invisalign is better than braces. You will wear sleek, removable clear plastic aligners that are soft to the touch and will straighten your teeth in a gradual series until your smile is perfect. The new technology makes Invisalign capable of doing things previously only possible with wires and uncomfortable tightening of the mouth.
32 Pearls uses the revolutionary, high-tech scanner called the iTero element ® scanner. It’s a high-tech scanner that creates 3-D images of your teeth. You no longer have to worry about the goopy mess needed in the past for dental impressions.
Our Invisalign package is all-Inclusive.
- Retainers, Records, and Aligners included
- FREE Bleaching – Invisalign trays have a unique scalloped design that keeps bleach away from the gums, preventing irritation and burns.
- You can use your insurance and HSA benefits for this, making it even MORE affordable.
- Visit our office for a FREE Invisalign consultation and get the smile you deserve.
Contact us to schedule an appointment for all of your dental needs.
Garvin, Jennifer, “Dentists, dental students among providers now authorized to administer COVID-19 vaccine nationwide” ADA News.