Our priority is to make sure we can offer the safest and best service while you are as comfortable as possible, which is why we use teh latest technology, like the digital x-ray.
This practical tool will save time and effort. That means that when the digital x-ray image is exposed, it can be sent directly to a computer. Therefore, we can display it right away. It can also be enlarged on the computer screen or corrected without having to make another x-ray exposure; it's environmentally friendly, and it requires less radiation.
The intraoral camera make the dentist appointment much easier for both the patient and the doctor, giving you the opportunity to be involved with the decision-making process for your dental treatment and health.
One of the benefits is that the intra-oral camera enlarges the teeth more than 40 times their actual size on a full color screen display. This allows your dentist to see any possible situation or problem that is just starting, such as cracked teeth, excessive wear, plaque deposits, etc. It lets your dentist focus on prevention when it comes to your dental health.
Most people cannot see well their own mouth. The intraoral camera will also hel you visualize and understand the current status of your dental health. The camera is small, and it can reveal images of the teeth from angles you could not have access before; you probably won't notice your doctor using it.
If you want to get the most precise dental health diagnosis possible, the Digital CT imaging is the perfect tool for it. The process is comfortable, quick, and really effective. Some of the options you can get 3D data are dental implants, impactions, airway assessments, sleep apnea, TMJ treatment, and wisdom teeth extractions.
The field of digital impressions is quickly growing because this new technology can take a more accurate impression of your teeth, reducing mistakes and time. The digital impression scanner captures the structure of your teeth and gums, thanks to the latest optical technology, so no more gagging or discomfort.
The process uses a radiation-free laser which can be started or stopped as many times as necessary, and it only takes less than 5 minutes to see your teeth in 3D.
When you take a digital impression, the image cannot be warped, ripped, or unclear. That's why they are the best option.