3D X-ray Imaging
3D imaging provides better quality and more detailed images than traditional x-rays. This new technology is also less invasive and emits less radiation than traditional x-ray machines.
Primescan 3D Digital Impressions
In addition to being much more comfortable for the patient, using the scanner allows us to be more efficient and accurate, which can result in a reduced number of visits to the office, saving the patient time.
Our office uses both Dentsply Sirona® CEREC MCX and CEREC Primemill technology to provide patients with high quality, same day restorations. Using 3D images from a digital impression of the patient's teeth, these technologies can design a new restoration that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Our doctors can also use this software to help the patient to visualize the end result of the proposed restoration.
Once the design is finalized, the files are sent to the CAM system for fabrication of the restoration to the exact specifications of the design. Use of CAD/CAM technology increases efficiency and accuracy, and can often reduce the overall number of patient visits needed.
SprintRay 3D Printer
Digital Intraoral Cameras
An intraoral camera combines the latest video technologies with dental care. Both the patient and dentist can see detailed images of the teeth and mouth in real time. With an intraoral camera, you are able to better understand what is happening in your mouth and review the status of your oral health.
Traditionally, teeth are polished using a rotating rubber cup and an abrasive paste. Prophy-jet polishing, however, uses an air polishing system with a combination of pressurized water and baking soda to remove more stubborn stains.
Computer Guided Dental Anesthesia
An injection device utilizing a computer delivers anesthesia to a single tooth rather a whole area. It delivers anesthetia to the patient with the precise dosage in the exact location needed, so patients won’t have a numb tongue, lip or cheek and will be able to go back to work or a social event, able to speak and eat, without waiting for the anesthetic to fade away.
Centrifuge for L-PRF
Our office has an onsite centrifuge to help create Leukocyte-Platelet Rich Fibrin (L-PRF) that can be used for bone and tissue regeneration. The centrifuge separates the patient's blood into its different components such as platelets and leukocytes that are rich in growth factors and cytokines that offer increased healing response.
WaveOne Root Canal System
WaveOne® is a minimally invasive, comprehensive endodontic system that optimizes shaping preparation while reducing root canal treatment times across a wide range of cases. Sterile and ready for single use, its precision offers doctors the ability to shape even the most curved and narrow canals while improving patient safety and preventing cross contamination.
Electronic Apex Locator
This device is used to obtain the proper length of the root canal, from which the doctor can determine the position of the file relative to the apex of the root. This can help ensure that the canal is completely free of debris, reducing potential future complications.
Ultra Quiet Electric Handpieces
These handpieces provide less vibration and noise than traditional dental drills. Not only are they quieter, but also more efficient in tooth preparation making dental procedures shorter and more manageable.
Digital Flat Screen Monitors
These monitors are found next to every patient chair. Patients can watch a movie or TV show. Patients can also view their dental radiographs when speaking to the doctor about the findings for a better understanding of their oral health.
iPads for Patient Use
We have iPads® available for patients to use when they visit our office for an appointment.
Our office offers free Wi-Fi for our patients use while visiting our office.