Phone: 336-760-4333

Long Distance: 877-760-4333

Fax: 336-760-1433


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Dear clients: Due to the current situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) we will have some changes affecting Dignity Products. 

We are vigilantly cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and devices to provide a healthy environment. If you'd like to visit our shop, please call in advance for an appointment. We ask that you wear a mask during your appointment. Our staff will be wearing masks as well. Please visit the CDC website for more information regarding the Coronavirus. 

If you are in need of products and are unable to come in, we may be able to help. 

Our Accreditation agency has temporarily relaxed requirements on Durable Medical Equipment and Prosthesis due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Our policy has always been to do a band measurement once a year. At this time however, a face-to-face is not required, per temporary Accreditation guidelines. What this means for you:

If you have been in to see us in 2018, 2019 or 2020, we can order products for you if you have worn the item(s) before and have not had any change in weight or any new surgery. We are still required to document medical necessity and will ask you for your reason to replace your current items. Please call 336-760-4333 to place your order. Any copays and postage if due, will be collected at time of pick up or mailing. Items are non-returnable. Thank you for allowing us to provide that Special Look for You.

Please be advised this policy is temporary and will most likely change when the Coronavirus situation has improved.

You can help improve Medicare coverage!

The Breast Cancer Patient Equity Act bill has been re-introduced in Congress.

If passed, new legislation will provide Medicare coverage for custom breast prostheses. The introduction of this act was an initiative of Essentially Women and People for Quality Care, divisions of VGM Group, Inc.

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Lymphedema Treatment Act was passed in the House of Representative in Dec. 2019 under H.R.3 Lower Drug Costs Act. Now we need your help to get the bill through the Senate.

If passed, this bill would require Medicare to help pay for compression garments, bandages and supplies to reduce lymphedema-related swelling and prevent recurrence. 

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