Your Comfort & Convenience
We're committed to providing our patients with efficient, effective care in a calm, low stress environment. Our dental technology helps us to achieve this end.
The technology we use at our dental office is designed help make your appointments as convenient and comfortable as possible.
In many cases, it also allows our patients to be more fully engaged in their dental treatment and planning, which can help reduce stress and improve results.
In dentistry, lasers are used by dentists to deliver light energy in a variety of dental procedures and for a variety of different ends. We use lasers make incisions, vaporize decayed tissue, harden restorations, and enhance the effects of teeth whitening agents.
Many patients find dental lasers less stressful than standard dental tools. Often, less anaesthesia is required when we use lasers to perform dental procedures.
Digital x-ray imaging uses digital sensors rather than the traditional photographic x-ray film.
As a result, digital x-rays can produce extremely detailed computer images of the teeth and gums, as well as other oral structures and developing conditions.
Panoramic dental x-rays are useful for seeing oral health conditions in content because they create a single image of the entire mouth.
This image is a flat representation of the jaw's entire curved structure, including the teeth, upper and lower jaws, temporomandibular (TMJ) joints, as well as the nasal and sinus areas.
Cone Beam Cat Scan
Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is a special type of x-ray machine that generates 3D images of dental structures and related soft tissues, nerve paths and bone in a single scan. Images obtained with CBCT allow for more precise treatment planning, including analyzing your airway for snoring and sleep apnea treatment.
Dental Implant Technology
NobelClinician Case Planning Software
NobelClinician is a user-friendly solution for diagnostics, implant treatment planning and patient communication.
Guided Implant Procedures
Guided implant technology is used to guide the manufacture and placement implants for improved outcomes.