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  • What should I do before doing DNA Testing?
    Wait at least 30 mins after eating, drinking or using tobacco products before being collected.
  • Do I need insurance or a doctor's order?
    No, you can get tested without insurance or doctor’s order.
  • What ID should I bring?
    Any government issued ID with a photo of it like social security, driver’s license etc. and a certificate of live birth for a child.
  • How long will it take for me to receive the results?
    After the lab receives all of the samples, results are usually ready. For informational, results will be ready in 1-3 business days and 3-5 business days for legal purpose.
  • How will I get my results?
    Your test results will be sent to the e-mail address you specified in your order.
  • Do I need to make an appointment?
    Yes, walk-ins are not permitted, however we do provide after-hour appointments and mobile services. Pls call for an appointment or book online.
  • Who should I contact if I have questions about my test results?
    If you have any queries about your paternity test results, please contact our office.
  • What type of sample is needed?
    The test requires a cheek swab.
  • Can my child order a test without my permission?
    No. Adults are the only ones who can order DNA Testing.
  • Can a paternity test be performed if the claimed father is deceased?
    Yes, depending on the type of specimen available or family members from the paternal line who are prepared to take part in a DNA test.
  • Can I get a copy of the paternity test results if I am the child's biological mother?
    The result will only be sent to the person who ordered the test.
  • I'd like to order a legally admissible paternity test without informing the father. Is that possible?
    No. In order for a paternity test to be regarded as legal proof, the purported father must submit formal identification and complete his piece of the requisite chain-of-custody documentation.
  • Is it necessary for a child's mother to take part in a paternity test alongside the claimed father?
    No, however participation by the mother is encouraged.An additional charge will be incurred for additional sample.
  • What is the difference between an informational paternity test and a legally admissible (chain-of-custody) paternity test?
    An informational paternity test is only for research purposes. A legal paternity test is one that will produce a signed and notarized certificate of result and will have an AABB seal on it.
  • What is teeth whitening?
    Teeth whitening involves bleaching your teeth to make them lighter. It can't make your teeth brilliant white, but it can lighten the existing color by several shades.
  • Is teeth whitening permanent?
    No, it will last 6 months to 1 year depending on your lifestyle.
  • Will teeth whitening work on false teeth?
    Teeth whitening doesn't work on dentures, crowns, fillings or veneers.
  • Do I need to clean my teeth before teeth whitening?
    Cleaning your teeth before teeth whitening is not required.
  • How to maintain the results?
    Your eating, drinking and oral hygiene habits can impact how long your teeth whitening will last.
  • When can I expect to see the results?
    You may see the results right away but it may take 1-2 days to see the full effect.
  • What if I’m not happy with the results?
    If you are not happy with the results, speak to the dental professional who carried out your treatment to ask for advice.
  • Who isn’t allowed to have their teeth whitened?
    Pregnant/Breastfeeding women Children under age of 16 Individuals with sensitive teeth and gums, receding gums, defective, restoration (Should consult with the dentist first) Anybody who's allergic to hydrogen peroxide.
  • What is Fetal Gender Test?
    Fetal Gender Test is a blood-based genetic test that enables expecting mothers to find out their unborn child's gender as early as week 6.
  • What's the process behind the fetal gender test?
    We can analyze fetal DNA and tell whether you are expecting a boy or a girl with just a few droplets of blood. Everything you require to quickly gather your sample is included in our testing kits.
  • How soon can I take the fetal gender test?
    Beginning on the first day of your last menstrual cycle, you can take a fetal gender test as early as six weeks into your pregnancy.
  • When can I expect to get my results?
    The results will be the next day and will be sent through your provided email.
  • Is Fetal Gender Test safe?
    The fetal gender test uses a blood sample to determine the fetus's sex. Both mom and the baby are perfectly safe during the non-invasive procedure.
  • Will my test results be affected by a recent miscarriage?
    No, test results for this pregnancy won't be impacted by a recent miscarriage. Fetal DNA leaves your system quickly following birth or pregnancy loss, usually within 1-2 days, according to numerous clinical studies.
  • Are samples from twin or triplet pregnancies accepted?
    Yes, all prenatal screening tests allow samples from numerous pregnancies.
  • Will my past medical history affect its result?
    Prenatal screening tests have not been proven to be safe for use in people who have recently had a bone marrow transplant, an organ transplant, or a blood transfusion within the last six weeks. Testing is not advised since organ donor or blood donor DNA can lead to incorrect result interpretation. Otherwise, it is unlikely that the usage of medication has affected the result.
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