Intraoral Cameras: Intraoral cameras are widely used in dental practices to capture high-resolution images of the patient’s oral cavity. They are commonly employed for patient education, documentation, and treatment planning. Intraoral cameras have become quite prevalent in modern dental offices.
3D Digital X-Rays: 3D digital X-rays, also known as cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), have gained significant popularity in recent years. They provide dentists with detailed three-dimensional images of a patient’s teeth, jaw, and surrounding structures. While not as widespread as intraoral cameras, 3D digital X-rays are becoming increasingly common in dental practices.
CEREC: CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) is a CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing) system used for same-day dental restorations, such as crowns, veneers, and inlays. While CEREC technology has seen substantial advancements and increased adoption, it is relatively less common compared to intraoral cameras and 3D digital X-rays.
Laser Dentistry: Laser dentistry involves the use of lasers for various dental procedures, including gum disease treatment, cavity preparation, teeth whitening, and more. While laser dentistry offers several benefits, it is currently the least common among the listed dental technologies/services. Its adoption may vary depending on the dental practice and the specific procedures offered.
Our primary aim is to make your dental experience as efficient, comfortable, and enjoyable as possible. Our diagnostic equipment enables us to make quick and accurate diagnoses, facilitating effective treatment planning. We continually strive to employ the latest and most advanced technology available to ensure that you receive the best possible care each time you visit our office. Each type of dental technology we utilize offers unique benefits, and we encourage you to explore our website and reach out to our practice to learn more.