Paternity and Relationship DNA Testing Provider

How DNA Testing Works

Learn how the DNA testing process works from start to finish at 99DNA Testing.

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1. Schedule Your Appointment

Schedule your appointment using our convenient online scheduling. Once we receive your appointment request, we will contact you as soon as possible to confirm your appointment and location for your collection. We offer mobile testing and after-hours testing throughout Central Florida eliminating the need for you to miss work or having to arrange different times for each party involved to be collected.

3. The Collection

We will collect your DNA sample with a buccal swab collection, the collection of DNA from the cells on the inside of a person’s cheek. Identification and photos will be collected and if a legal DNA test is being conducted, a chain of custody form will be completed. Your DNA samples will be sent securely to our accredited laboratory in a tamper-proof package the same day of your DNA collection. 

2. Provide Documentation

In order to conduct a court-admissible DNA test, a photo identification is required from all parties involved, including the mother of the child even when not being tested. The child’s birth certificate and social security number are required and photos will be taken of each party being tested. For informational DNA tests, only a valid photo ID is required.

4. Results

Court admissible DNA results are notarized by the laboratory. Once processed, results are available in three to five business days and will be sent to the paying party via mail, email, or our secure client portal. Our DNA specialists will explain the final results and send to any parties involved upon request.

Mobile Testing

Convenient testing in the location of your choice. 

After-Hours Testing

Appointments after work hours and weekends. 

Nationwide Testing

Over 5,000 locations in our partner network.

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We’re available on live chat, email and by phone. Contact us to speak to a DNA testing specialist for more information.