Investing in the latest dental technology and treatment methods keeps our care top-notch and more comfortable for our valued patients.
Digital X-rays emit up to 90% less radiation than traditional X-rays, making them safer for both patients and staff. They also capture high-quality images that are available for our team to review almost instantly, allowing appointments to be more efficient and productive.
Cone beam technology is used in dentistry to create a 3D model of the patient’s teeth and jaws. These X-rays are used when planning complex treatments like implant placements and orthodontic treatment. CBCT scans and panoramic X-rays are both used to get a clear idea of how the patient’s teeth and jaws are working together.
Traditional dental impressions require patients to bite down into trays of dental putty, which can be uncomfortable and trigger the gag reflex. Digital dental impressions are fast and create very precise impressions. A handheld device is simply run over the top, sides, and bottom of the teeth—no dental putty required!
This device assists dentists during restorative procedures by suctioning saliva and illuminating the inside of the patient’s mouth. The patient can also rest their top jaw on the mouthpiece, which makes for a more comfortable experience, especially during longer treatments.
Soft-tissue laser therapy is an innovative way to treat and manage gum disease. Dental lasers are highly accurate, and they can be focused solely on the infected tissue, which leads to less discomfort and faster recovery times for the patient.
Intraoral cameras are used to provide both the dentist and the patient with a closer view of the patient’s teeth and gums. This handheld device streams a live video to a screen, and it can also be used to capture images that can be added to the patient’s file and reviewed later on.