3D Imaging with Cone Beam CT
Technology has revolutionized the way we practice dentistry. Advanced imaging provides us with dimensional perspectives to use while diagnosing patients' dental issues and to help improve our treatment plans for everything from implants to root canals. 3D imaging takes the guesswork out of surgical procedures allowing us to evaluate pathology and discover causes or dental problems.
Digital X-Ray Sensors
Radiographs allow us to see things that we cannot see with the naked eye. Radiographs also allow us to detect cavities in between the teeth, determine bone level and assist with analyzing the health of your jaw bone. We are also able to examine the root of the tooth including the nerves, diagnose lesions such as cysts or tumors and assess damage when dental trauma has occurred. Additionally, with digital X-rays, less radiation is needed to produce high-quality images.
Panoramic or “full face” X-rays allow us to screen for pathology. This technology is also utilized for wisdom teeth impaction, to diagnose TMJ and evaluate sinuses and nerves prior to dental treatments.
Used for orthodontics and evaluating patients for sleep apnea.
The use of small cameras inside the mouth to take exceptionally accurate images.
Soft Tissue Laser
Using a laser is a less invasive option to treat the soft tissue inside the mouth. A soft tissue laser can be used to prepare the gums for impression taking, minor soft tissue surgery, smile improvements and much more.
Electric handpieces provide a constant source of power that translates to a smoother and more efficient cavity preparation.