Dr. Fair graduated from Upper Arlington High School in 1995. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and went on to The Ohio State University College of Dentistry. Dr. Fair then served as a Captain in the United States Army Dental Corps. For four years, Dr. Fair had the opportunity to take care of the soldiers and families living in military communities garrisoned in Germany.
In 2009, Dr. Fair left the military and returned home to Upper Arlington to join the Arlington Dental Group. Dr. Fair is wholly committed to providing the best, most current, dependable, esthetic dentistry available today. He offers a patient experience that centers on service and caters to individual needs.
Outside of dentistry, Dr. Fair enjoys spending time with his wife, Dr. Hetal Vaidya, and their children, Vineesh and Leela. He also enjoys reading, jujitsu, skiing, camping, and video games.
Dr. Vaidya grew up in Cleveland and attended Washington University in St. Louis for her undergraduate education. She returned to Ohio and attended dental school at Ohio State University. After graduation, Dr. Vaidya was accepted to a hospital based General Practice Residency (GPR) program at Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago.
In 2006, Dr. Vaidya married Dr. Michael C. Fair Jr. She moved to Germany where she worked as a Civilian Contract Dentist serving the soldiers and their family members who lived overseas.
In 2009 she returned to Columbus and joined the Arlington Dental Group. Dr. Vaidya believes in taking care of her patient's individualized needs and works diligently to set the standard for modern dental care.
The most inspiring part of Dr. Vaidya’s job is helping to fulfill Arlington Dental’s vision of getting 25,000 patients healthier by focusing on great dental habits and how they benefit the entire body.
When she is away from her practice, Dr. Vaidya enjoys raising her family with Dr. Fair, and spending time with her son, Vineesh, and daughter, Leela. She also enjoys cooking and traveling.
We know joining a new dental practice can be daunting for some. Our bright, crisp office is welcoming and comfortable, with amenities like a coffee bar and massaging treatment chairs. You will not spend much time in our reception area — we value your time and work hard to maintain a tight schedule.
As a practice that is committed to your complete oral health, it's crucial for us to get a thorough understanding of your health history, concerns, goals, and more. At your first appointment we will take a look at your medical history and listen to any concerns you have. We'll also take a variety of x-rays and will complete a comprehensive exam of your teeth, gum health, and overall health. Our team will share any significant findings and together we will decide what solutions you may benefit from. One of our hygienists will clean your teeth and can help get you set up for your next appointment. If you have any questions along the way don’t hesitate to ask! We’re excited to be here for you and to build long lasting relationships with our patient community.
When it comes to fostering a healthy mouth and body for our patients, investing in the latest advancements is absolutely crucial. In an industry that is ever changing and expanding, we’re not afraid to continue to learn and invest in technologies that better our patients' experiences and enhance their whole-body health.
With that in mind, we're excited to offer same day crowns using CEREC digital imaging and milling. That’s right, you get your permanent crown in a same day appointment. No temporary and no messy and uncomfortable impressions needed! We also use CBCT, or cone-beam computed tomography. This digital imaging system captures data about your teeth using a cone-shaped x-ray. In less than a minute, 150-200 images are captured from a variety of angles, giving us an in-depth 3D image of your teeth.
These tools and technologies not only make your appointment more efficient — they allow us to understand the full picture of your oral health all while providing top of the line treatment.