Advanced Dental Technology
We use the latest dental
technology to improve your experience in the dentist’s chair.
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CEREC® Digital Impression Unit
CEREC Milling Units
Our same-day dentists use our CEREC technology to create and place your tooth crown in one appointment, eliminating the need for a temporary crown and second appointment. We use a milling unit right in our office that cuts through a block of ceramic or other tooth-colored material to create your same-day crown.
We use SIDEXIS 4 Software as a central place to access your dental x-rays, digital impressions, and other types of diagnostic images. We can show you images of your teeth, gums, and jaw on one screen so you can see what we see happening inside your mouth and understand your diagnosis and treatment options.
GALILEOS ComfortPlus 3D Dental Imaging
Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) allows your dentist to see your teeth, gums, and jaws with more clarity than traditional film x-rays. The focused x-ray beam of our GALILEOS ComfortPlus 3D dental imaging unit reduces scatter radiation, resulting in better image quality and a lower dose of radiation.
Our dentists use 3D printing to create oral appliances and surgical guides for implant placement. 3D printing is convenient because you don’t have to wait weeks for your appliance to be made in an off-site lab.
We use the CamX Spectra Caries Detection Aid to find early signs of tooth decay, including plaque and tartar buildup. It can detect cavities that we might have missed with an x-ray, including cavities around fillings and crowns. When it spots decay, the cavity glows on our screen as a different color from the rest of your tooth.