Our office is equipped with state of the art dental technology to assist us in diagnosis and treating dental health issues. Here are just a few of the systems we use to provide you with the highest quality dental care.
Intraoral cameras are a valuable diagnostic tool. We use these tiny cameras to take high definition images of areas inside your mouth. They are particularly useful for letting us examine difficult to reach areas.
Digital x-rays use low radiation to provide high quality digital x-ray images. Not only do they reduce your exposure to x-ray radiation, they also provide high quality digital images that are helpful in diagnosis.
Panoramic x-rays take full-mouth x-ray images. These images let us diagnose bite issues, detect injury and decay and plan the placement of dental implants.
Laser Dentistry (Soft Tissue)
The SOL® Soft-Tissue Diode Desktop Laser delivers true portability, power and precision. It features enhanced ergonomics, a simple interface, and a high-contrast aiming beam designed to make laser dentistry easier than ever.
CEREC is a revolutionary in office system that lets us design and produce dental restorations. Using CEREC we can scan your mouth, design a crown and place it within a single appointment. Crowns and restorations produced with CEREC are made from high quality ceramic that looks natural and is very durable.
When it comes to getting a beautiful smile, dental veneers are one of the most popular options available. But how do you know if they are the best option for you? The following are five things you should know before choosing veneers.One of the most common misconceptions about getting veneers is that this procedure is…
Many people are opting for Dental Implants to replace damaged or missing teeth. Since getting dental implants is considered oral surgery, it is important to follow certain aftercare tips as you would with any other kind of surgery. Following the aftercare tips listed below should ensure your dental implants heal well.While there is likely to…