This level of service is important to us and to give you the best possible results we are committed to continual education and learning. We attend dental lectures, meetings, and dental conventions to stay informed of new techniques, the latest products, and the newest equipment that a modern dental clinic can utilize to provide state-of-the-art dental care.
This state-of-the-art soft tissue laser provides an ideal experience for patients suffering from dental anxiety. By eliminating the use of needles, scalpels, and dental drills, fearful patients can enjoy a more relaxing experience.
Uses of SIROLaser® vary depending on each patient’s case. Inquire whether you are a candidate during your next visit.
Traditionally, if crowns, onlays, inlays or dental veneers were required to restore damaged teeth, multiple procedures and a great deal of waiting time in-between would be inevitable. CEREC® creates these ceramic restorations within minutes in the dental office.
CEREC® is comprised of several computer-assisted design (CAD) tools and a milling machine that creates custom ceramic restorative devices. CEREC® can benefit almost anyone needing a ceramic restoration. This is of great benefit to nervous patients, and it can also reduce the cost of treatment.
i-CAT® 3D Imaging
More recently however, dentists have begun to rely on 3D imaging techniques and i-CAT® scans to provide them with a detailed view of the mouth and skull. The advantage that 3D imaging holds over regular dental x-rays is that bone structure, bone density, tissues, and nerves can be viewed clearly.
Panoramic X-rays are extraoral and simple to perform. Usually, dental X-rays involve the film being placed inside the mouth, but panoramic film is hidden inside a mechanism that rotates around the outside of the head.
Cephalometric X-rays are extraoral, meaning that no plates or film are inserted inside the mouth. Cephalometric and panoramic X-rays display the nasal and sinus passages, which are missed by intraoral bitewing X-rays.
Fotona Lightwalker Dual Wavelength Laser
This laser also has the ideal wavelength for periodontal/soft tissue procedures, Wave Optimized Periodontal Therapy, used for photo-disinfection of periodontal pockets. The periodontal applications are a definite game changer for dentistry.
The laser also allows us to do the Fotona signature Nightlase procedure, where we gently (non-ablative) laser the soft tissue of the soft palate and oropharynx to reduce snoring symptoms up to 70%!