We take pride in looking for the best dental tools, the most useful treatment plans, and the least invasive technologies to provide our patients with top-notch restorative and preventative care. Simply select one of the links below to discover more about our modern dentistry and the most recent dental technologies.
CBCT 3D imaging machine
Cone Beam Computed Technology (CBCT) is a special kind of x-ray machine that makes it possible to create 3D images. The dentist can see details such as soft tissues, bone health, and more in addition to information regarding the tooth structure. Because of this, careful planning during the treatment process helps to reduce the need for invasive procedures and improves tooth health over the long run.
The images from the scans can be zoomed in on and modified as necessary when the dentist views them on a computer screen. This allows us top of the line diagnostic tools to make implant, endodontic, and orthodontic treatment safe, predictable and with unparalleled confidence.
Today’s dental scanners are designed around a toothbrush-sized probe that the dental practitioner carefully passes along the surfaces of a patient’s teeth in order to record the size, shape, and precise positioning of the teeth with amazing precision. These “wands” are incredibly lightweight, have ergonomic shapes, and come with handy functions like super-wide viewing, auto-focus, zoom, freeze-frame, and anti-fog lenses.
The technology shows whatever it is observing on a regular TV screen or computer monitor in real time as the practitioner moves the scanning wand. Additionally, it records the digital data for later analysis, and eventual transmission to any fabrication facility with the necessary equipment.
Digital impressions have a number of clinical benefits, including making routine procedures considerably more comfortable for patients by removing gooey impression material that might make them gag.
The creation of an individual patient library that can be referred to over time to diagnose any disease as it progresses, condensing treatments into fewer visits, and better precision and accuracy in findings are a few examples.
ALL DENTAL IMPLANT AND ROOT CANAL SURGERIES
All dental implant surgeries are precisely digitally planned using a digital 3D x-ray to ensure that all crucial structures are avoided, increasing the safety of these surgical treatments. The therapy itself takes very no preparation, however you will need to wear a lead apron as radiation protection.
This state-of-the-art equipment can created high-resolution X-rays in less time while emitting up to 90% less radiation.
All dental implant surgeries are precisely digitally planned using a digital 3D x-ray to ensure that all crucial structures are avoided, In order to diagnose oral issues, plan aesthetic and full mouth reconstructions, coordinate flawlessly with the lab, and inform patients about their situations, we use digital photography of the full face and the inside of the mouth.
A cutting-edge tool called an intraoral camera transmits images so both the patient and the dentist may see them. The photos are immediately transmitted to a computer screen so that your doctor and you can review your oral health together.
With the use of today’s high-quality intraoral scanner devices, restorative work can be completed more quickly and accurately by modeling a patient’s oral cavity.
These digital files can then be promptly delivered to laboratories with the necessary tools, where they can be used to produce prescription appliances more quickly, and more easily than ever before.
Snoring Treatment with SILENT NITE
With the SILENT NITE snore prevention device, we can provide our patients with cost-effective relief that leads to a good night’s sleep!
Invisalign® Clear Braces
We are proud to offer Invisalign® clear braces as an alternative to using traditional braces to straighten your teeth. It’s helped many patients get the straighter smile they’ve always wanted and feel confident while doing it thanks to this advanced treatment.
Advanced Dental X-Rays
For many years, classic film X-rays were the sole sort of X-ray used as a crucial diagnostic tool in dentistry. Our practice may now employ various radiographic techniques to detect problems more quickly and arrange surgeries with more accuracy thanks to recent advancements. Furthermore, compared to earlier techniques, these new X-rays are much faster, safer, and radiation-emitting. Overall, this improves the experience for both the patient and the clinician.
With dental implants, you can permanently replace your missing teeth, whether that’s a single tooth, multiple teeth, or even an entire smile. They look great, last long, and you’ll be amazed at what they can do.