Vatsalya Centre received Rs.11 crore funding from S-Squared Capital Investments, USA

Vatsalya Centre for Oral Health has now secured Rs.11 crore from S-Squared Capital Investments, USA in the pre-series A round of funding. The dental centre has now taken its first step towards further expanding and improving its services through this initiative. It aims to expand to other major cities, add on technology and hire new talent.

Emergency situations are no longer exclusive to life threatening events and can occur even as a result of neglected oral hygiene. The company has announced today the launch of its Emergency Home Vatsalya-CentreDental Care Services anywhere in Bengaluru, bringing the best of dentistry to the comfort of your home. The team of qualified experts will provide services round the clock and attend to any oral emergency situations at home.

The Centre has also launched a helpline number for Emergency Dental Care Services: 9900114155/7899399955 to avail speedy oral care at anytime, anywhere in the city.

“Oral hygiene is not restricted to one’s teeth alone. It plays an important role in preventing major health problems such as heart attack, uncontrolled diabetes stroke, and others. Moreover, many medical conditions can be detected as signs and symtoms in the mouth. We have launched dental emergency and home dental services to provide better quality dental care through a wider reach which is particularly useful for paediatric, senior citizens and special and immobile people”, said Dr Srivats Bharadwaj, founder & CEO, Vatsalya. From being a standalone dental practice serving local community since 2003, Vatsalya now operates out of a 3,500 sq. ft centre on Bannerghatta Road, Bengaluru. The clinic specializes in Special Needs dentistry and focusing on Preventive dentistry. Even complex procedures such as surgical removal of teeth, root canal therapy, laser surgeries, complete /partial denture prosthesis and fixed crown and bridge prosthesis can be performed in at home. This is ideal for those who are immobile, terminally ill and those who do not have the time to visit a dentist, said Dr Bharadwaj.

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