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Technology

Qi Laser is a pre-treatment option that helps patients with gag reflexes and makes dental procedures more comfortable for them.

Diagnodent laser caries detection aid confirms treatment decisions regarding hidden cavities or questionable stained grooves. The device's ability to see grooves on the chewing surface enables dentists to treat cavities under the enamel surface with confidence.

CamX Triton HD system is an intraoral camera with 3 interchangeable heads, autofocus, and real HD image quality. From showing cavity depth to photographic documentation and tracking progress, we’ve got you covered.

The JVA electronically records the vibrations (sounds) of the jaw joints improving our diagnostic capabilities. These sound waves that are produced show the health or disease of the jaw joint.

T-ScanThis dental scan device gives clinicians accurate 2D and 3D representations of bite forces complete with timing information relative to dental occlusion. This valuable information is needed to easily determine the locations of destructive bite forces and to correct “bad bites” back to a comfortable functional bite.

Prep Start Air Abrasion: The Prepstart uses very fine sand powder to remove decay (cavities in teeth) & offers maximum patient comfort with injections rarely needed.

Cone Beam CT imaging This advanced 3D x-ray allows precise evaluation of the jaw joints, airway, upper/ lower jaw, teeth, and bone.

Night Lase: Nightlase is a safe and very successful treatment for reducing snoring and sleep apnea. This non-invasive treatment tightens up the soft palate and collagen tissue to keep the airway open day and night... Since no anesthesia is needed, the treatment is well accepted by patients.

Fotona Laser  Biostimulation or Photobiomodulation: Uses light energy to reduce pain, decrease inflammation, & speeds healing. This laser uses warm soothing energy to stimulate N.O. (nitric oxide), increase energy in the cell, stimulate growth factor & increase metabolism 

Trios digital scan impressions replace traditional  “putty”  impressions making it more accurate & easier for patients with gag reflexes and limited opening. This option reduces the amount of time that would be spent shipping cases to the lab; it also benefits the environment by reducing waste.

ITERO Digital Scanner  Offers patients an incredible 3D view of their own mouths. We can point out exactly what you are seeing on your custom 3D scan. Interested in seeing what your teeth would look like ahead of time with Invisalign clear aligner treatment? No problem!

MLS Class 4 Therapeutic Laser: Designed for healing. This cold laser uses a dual-wavelength laser to achieve longer-lasting results. It treats pain, inflammation and edema exceeding the limits of traditional LLLT (low power) and concerns of HHP (high power) laser therapy. MLS technology delivers therapeutic wavelengths, 808nm (antiedemic and anti-inflammatory) and 905nm (analgesic)

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Dental Technology

Digital Imaging Smile Preview

Have you ever wondered what you would look like with a dazzling new smile? Now you can see the results before we begin a single treatment. Digital Smile Imaging lets you preview the effect various treatments will have on your own smile. We can even print these images out so you can take them home to show to your family and friends or take some time to consider your options.

Digital X-rays and 3D CBCT

Digital x-rays allow us to get clearer, full-color images of your teeth. These images allow you to see for yourself exactly what is going on in your mouth right along with the doctor.

We can take the full spectrum of x-rays including bitewing full-mouth series, panograph  and perform a 3d CBCT scan for the most accurate diagnosis. This machine also has tools to measure and evaluate the airway & jaw joint. These images can be kept in your computer files for future reference and easily compared year to year.

Digital x-rays also have the advantage of exposing you to far less radiation than traditional x-rays and, since they require no developing equipment or chemicals, they are better for the environment.

Micro Air Abrasion, drill-less dentistry

Because we want your experience with us to be beautifully painless, we now have one of the latest advancements for your comfort – Air Abrasion.
This wonderful technology is like a small “power-washer” on your teeth. By utilizing dried microscopic particles under pressure, it literally can “spray” away decay from your tooth, possibly without any anesthetic (numbing) or drilling.

The Wand, STA

The Wand is a computer activated, precision metered, local anesthetic injection system.

Laser Dentistry

One of the most recent – and dramatic – improvements in dental technology is laser dentistry. The laser is used in all aspects of dentistry: preventive care, restorative care and cosmetic enhancements, and healing tissues, muscles, & TMJ/TMD.

We have 7 different kinds of lasers

  • 2 different Lasers that stimulate healing. Their effects are usually instant for reducing pain, bruising, soreness & inflammation and healing properties continue to work long after the treatment
  • 2 Lasers for surgeries
  • 2 Lasers for gum inflammation often used for periodontal disease or could be used for gingivitis.
  • 2 Lasers for cavity laser detection like a Sonar or LiDAR technology

The use of lasers in dentistry allows us to care for your teeth and gums, quickly, effectively and painlessly. With laser dentistry sculpt your gums for a wider, brighter smile, treat periodontal disease and even whiten your teeth. Lasers heal as they work, allowing you to feel better – and look better – fast.

Intra-Oral Cameras

Up close and personal. That’s what the Intra-Oral camera lets you and Dr. Frith get with the condition of your mouth. We use a pen-sized camera to explore every detail of your mouth while projecting amazingly detailed, enlarged images on a chair side screen. This lets us look at and discuss your oral health needs in real time.

TVs

We have TVs in the rooms for displaying X-rays, intra-oral images and in the treatment rooms cable TV channels.