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Technology

For Ease and Convenience

We provide the latest technology and techniques to all of our patients for dental care that’s efficient and effective. By keeping equipment up-to-date, we’re able to continue to offer our patients additional comfort and ease during every visit to help make your time with us stress-free.

X-Rays

Digital x-rays are easy to read, simple to achieve, and expose patients to far less radiation than the traditional x-ray technology of the past. We enjoy having the ability to quickly share the results with patients to assist with creating a treatment plan that’s right for you!

Intraoral Cameras

Smile… you’re on camera. Our intraoral cameras are truly the best at providing us with the most detailed, in-depth look at what’s really going on inside your mouth. Teeth become the star of the show as we’re able to easily detect cracks, cavities, and deterioration for early detection. The intraoral camera is small and non-invasive too - no wide-angle lense necessary.

Amalgam Separator

Our team takes pride in caring for our environment, which is why we utilize an amalgam separator. It’s extremely effective at keeping amalgam, or silver fillings containing mercury, from entering our wastewater supply and sewer system. Oftentimes while doing restorative work or removing these kinds of fillings, small bits of the metal are flushed out and into the water system. The separator ensures the water is debris free and clean.

Waterlase MD

Thanks to this specially-designed laser and water technology, our patients enjoy less anxiety and more comfort during restoration procedures and cosmetic treatments. This safe and highly effective device is used by dentists all over the world to provide accurate and efficient treatments for patients of all ages. Want to know more? Ask us about it at your next exam.

TRIOS 3

We’re always ready to make a lasting impression and it’s easier than ever with the TRIOS 3 IntraOral Digital Scanner. In the beginning stages of the restoration process, it’s quite common that patients will need to have an impression taken of their teeth, which can be unpleasant. This amazing piece of technology does the job quickly, capturing more than 3,000 images per second, making your time in the office even shorter. When it comes to impressions, comfort is key.