Frequently Asked Dental Questions
Have Questions? We Have the Answers You Need!
In addition to many hands-on services, we also provide a lot of patient education here at Premier Walk-In Dental, because with the right knowledge, it’s relatively easy for a person to take great care of their teeth and avoid preventable dental problems down the road. To quickly boost your dental IQ, you’ll find our responses to some of the most popular questions we receive below. Be sure to give us a call if there is anything else you’d like to ask!
Can I really just walk in at any time?
Yes! With our practice, you do NOT have to schedule an appointment ahead of time. Whether you want a simple checkup or need help with a dental emergency, we invite you to head straight to our office, and our team will be ready to serve you right when you need it.
Can I bring my child to Premier Walk-In Dental?
Yes, we’re happy to take care of patients of all ages, including children, adults, and seniors. Dr. Kumar has plenty of experience working with growing patients, so we can ensure that your little one will feel completely comfortable whenever they come to see us.
One of my teeth really hurts. What should I do?
If you’re experiencing even minor dental pain, it’s best to go ahead and come see us. Even a minor toothache could be a sign of a serious infection or dental injury you’re not aware of. By heading to Premier Walk-In Dental, you give our team a chance to examine your tooth, determine what is causing the pain, and then treat it right away so you can get the relief you need.
I don’t like how my smile looks. What should I do?
Come see us for a cosmetic consultation! We offer a selection of services that are specifically designed to fix common flaws and help you achieve the dream smile you’ve always wanted. Whether you’re self-conscious about noticeable stains, chips, cracks, or gaps, we can make them all disappear behind a pristine white smile. The first step is to visit us so Dr. Kumar can learn about your goals and discuss your treatment options.
Do tooth extractions hurt?
Not when Dr. Kumar performs them! Combining her gentle touch with local anesthetic, most patients report feeling next to nothing while in the dental chair, and many don’t even realize that their tooth has been removed until we tell them. A little swelling and tenderness are common afterward, but during the procedure, we’ll ensure that you remain completely comfortable.
Will you accept my dental insurance?
Most likely, yes. We accept plans from every major dental insurance provider, and our knowledgeable team knows how to help patients maximize their benefits and get the most out of their coverage. To get a better idea of how we’ll be able to use your insurance when you come to see us, go ahead and give us a call, and we’ll be happy to answer any questions!