Dentistry Technology

Hi-Tech Dentistry

We embrace advanced dentistry technology that will benefit our patients in any way. Today’s high-tech equipment can save you time and make your visit to the dentist a more pleasurable experience. A few examples are listed below:

Cerec Computer Generated Crowns

Cerec computer generated crowns enable us to schedule single appointment crowns, onlays and veneers.

This advanced dentistry technology saves you time and provides an exact fitting crown that is nearly indistinguishable from your natural teeth.

Intraoral Video Cameras

intraoral video cameraIntraoral video cameras allow us to project your teeth onto TV screens so you can see right along with us. With the help of this advanced dentistry technology, we are able to detect oral conditions more accurately.

The intraoral camera is a powerful diagnostic tool, presenting tiny clinical details that may escape detection by magnifying loupes but stand out on the monitor.

Current intraoral cameras provide high-quality images, offering ongoing documentation and visual monitoring of suspected disease.

Teeth Whitening

With a variety of teeth whitening options available today, it is difficult to know which one to choose. Whitening toothpastes and over the counter kits often cause tooth sensitivity with little to no visible results.

Our method of professional teeth whitening, with the help of advanced dentistry technology, has been clinically proven to be safe and effective. Many dentists consider whitening as the safest cosmetic dental procedure available.

Digital Dental X-Rays

Digital Dental X rays are a high performance technology that’s environmentally friendly (no more film or chemicals) and reduces exposure to radiation.

Instantly displaying a large-screen X-ray means patients are able to be more involved in diagnosis and treatment planning in a way that’s just not possible with film.

Using X-rays is very helpful to dentists. This type of advanced dentistry technology can expose hidden tooth decay; reveal a tooth abscess, cyst or tumor; show impacted or extra teeth; and also help determine the condition of dental fillings, tooth crowns, dental bridges and root canals.

Laser Cavity Detection

Laser cavity detection is an advanced dental technology that uses a non-invasive, painless tool to detect tooth decay that is not yet visible. These types of tooth decay would otherwise be undiagnosed by conventional methods alone.

Leaders in the field of dental research agree that when used by themselves, the traditional methods of detecting tooth decay are inadequate and outdated for modern dentistry.

With the flouridation of water and improved oral hygiene standards, the very nature of tooth decay has changed. Due to these factors, most of our patients have harder and more resistant tooth enamel, which can conceal even aggressive decay if it is under the tooth surface. Laser detection helps us find a cavity before it can cause long term problems.

Invisalign & Invisalign Teen

Invisible orthodontics – no wires or brackets, all computer designed and manufactured. Invisalign treatment is an advanced dental technology that consists of a series of aligners that you switch out about every two weeks. Each aligner is individually manufactured with exact calculations to gradually shift your teeth into place.

If you’re ready for a smile that transforms your appearance, Invisalign is your answer. Although there are many choices out there, no other works as effortlessly as the Invisalign system. Invisalign is the best way to transform your smile without interfering with your day-to-day life. Contact us today to get your own!