Advanced TechnologyUsing the Latest Tools for Better Results
The use of evidence-based technology can make dental treatment more successful, accurate and comfortable for our patients. Our dentists stay on top of the latest developments in their field by attending continuing education courses that focus on using this type of advancement to provide you with increased care today. Here’s just a few ways we do it!
Crowns done in a single appointment
With CEREC®, you can have a tooth restored to its original strength and esthetics in just one visit! Crowns are metal-free, look authentic with their natural shape, size or esthetics. You will feel comfortable through every step of your procedure because there is no impression taking place—and best yet? The process takes only one visit.
Digital Dental X-Rays
Digital dental x-rays provide a much higher level of safety than old film x-rays. Our system receives instant results from our digital sensors, which appear on computer screens immediately after exposure to radiation and can yield up to 90% less carcinogenic chemicals than traditional methods do.
3-D CBCT Imaging
The dental profession has harnessed the power of 3-D technology to create an entirely new level in accuracy for patient care. With vital information gathered from scans, doctors can plan procedures prior and Throughout treatment with complete certainty that it will be complication free along unparalleled predictability resulting In exceptional results.
We use CT scans which provide accurate measurements during surgical practices such as teeth extractions or root canal treatments because they eliminate guesswork unlike traditional Xrays .
Digital Implant Planning
It’s important to have the right tools for a successful procedure. We use state-of-the art technology and techniques in our work with patients, which allows us not only look at their teeth differently than ever before but offers them peace of mind as well because you’ll know that your dentist has everything under control from start to finish! Our 3D technology can identify the ideal location for your dental implants before we even begin surgery to ensure that it’s done right every time with outstanding results!
Dental lasers are used in advanced dental practices.
We use a diode soft tissue laser for procedures involving the gums and other soft tissue in the oral cavity.
These procedures include removing excess gum tissue to expose more of the tooth to improve esthetics, removing excess overgrowth of soft tissue without scalpels and stitches, frenectomies and more. The frenum on the lip can be released with the laser. This is often requested from orthodontists when closing “gap teeth” and from periodontists when they cause the gums to recede on a tooth. The laser can also be used to eliminate tongue tied patients.