Here you will find some of the most frequently asked questions we receive from our parents. If you have any additional questions, please reach out to us, we would be happy to speak with you!

People are often reluctant when it comes to visiting the dental clinic on a daily basis. They think about visiting only when they encounter a dental problem. But preventive treatment can help you to save your teeth and mouth from complicated problems. Along with maintaining the daily oral hygiene routine, make sure that you visit a dental clinic at least twice a year. This is important to prevent your mouth from different problems like a cavity, gum diseases, etc. Early detection will help you to avoid complicated treatment methods like root canal treatment.
Yes, we accept walk-ins and emergency patients. We encourage all our future patients to give us a courtesy call to see if we can treat you right away. We have dedicated staffs and dentists who work hard to handle the patients who come to us with dental emergencies. So whether you have suffered a blow on your face or you are experiencing sudden tooth pain, do not delay and come to us immediately. Remember your timely visit would determine whether you will lose your teeth or not.
Yes, we perform full smile makeovers. Most of our patients come to Vital Dental center because of our focus on cosmetic dental care. We have a wide range of cosmetic procedures that will help you get that perfect smile. From dental veneers to tooth fillings, we offer a wide range of services as per your requirements. We also offer Zoom! Teeth Whitening Procedure, which is a series of quick, 15-minute hydrogen peroxide-based whitening gels and patented laser treatments that break up three layers of stains. Getting a beautiful smile is easy and hassle-free now!
Cavities can potentially be prevented by maintaining your oral hygiene properly. Make sure that you spend at least two or three minutes brushing your teeth. Do not brush too hard. Apply constant gentle pressure on your teeth while brushing as that will prevent bacteria and plaque formation. Also, floss daily to remove all the food particles that gets trapped in between your teeth. Avoid sugary and sticky food as much as you can. Brush your teeth after every meal and if that is not possible, rinse your mouth properly. And finally, make sure to visit your dentist at least once in six months to ensure your oral health is in good shape.