FAQ's
  • Commonly Asked Questions

  • Practice Questions

  • Dental Questions

  • Whitening Questions

  • Product Questions

  • Other General Problems

 

What to do in case of an dental emergency?
We do our best to see patients with genuine dental emergencies on the day they
contact us via our practice telephone +91-9375963146, 9825865404.

If you have suffered a sporting injury, or other significant trauma, or a significant
swelling, please call us immediately or report to your nearest hospital.



What should I do if a tooth has been knocked out?
Time is critical in the case of a tooth being knocked out. The chances of a tooth
surviving decreases dramatically if the tooth is not replaced after 30 minutes,
meaning it's very important to call us, or to report to your nearest hospital, or to
visit your local doctor.
 

PRACTICE QUESTIONS
  • What are the practice opening hours?

  • How do I book an appointment?

  • Where are you located in the city?

  • Do you have a VIP treatment facility?

  • Are you taking on new patients?

  • Can I park at the practice?

  • How much will my treatment cost?

  • Are your fees the lowest in Surat?

  • Do you autoclave all your instruments?

  • What payments do you accept?


DENTAL QUESTIONS
  • Will it hurt?

  • What is gum disease?
  • At what age should my child see a dentist?

  • What are white fillings?

  • Why do I need x-rays? Are they safe?

  • What is a crown, veneer, implant?

  • Why, and how often should I have dental visits?

  • What can I do about my broken tooth?


WHITENING QUESTIONS
  • How do you get rid of staining?

  • How can I whiten my teeth? What methods do you promote?

  • Will whitening work for me?


PRODUCT QUESTIONS
  • Are there different tooth brushes for different tooth types?

  • Are there different tooth pastes for different tooth types?

  • Should you use a power electric toothbrush?

  • What to look for when buying a power electric toothbrush?


OTHER GENERAL QUESTIONS
  • Anxiety and nervousness on visiting a dentist

  • You feeling like puking (vomiting) every time you had a dental treatment.

  • Bad breath

  • Difficulty chewing

  • Sore, bleeding, shrinking gums

  • Sore jaw joint, muscles, or headaches

  • Sore, painful, aching teeth

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