Advanced Dental Technologies to Provide a High Level of Care

Our doctors work hard to ensure every patient receives a high level of care and we use a range of innovative technologies to maintain our high standards. Whether you need a bone graft, dental implants, or TMJ treatment, we are prepared to offer a full range of services that will improve and enhance your beautiful smile. Let us customize a dental treatment plan that includes some of the latest innovations in dental technology.


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Advanced Technology

We utilize Planmeca’s advanced imaging technology to provide the best care, and results, for our patients. Planmeca follows the very best clinical values with their commitment to the As Low As Reasonably Achievable (ALARA) radiation principle. This keeps the patient, oral surgeon, and other clinical professionals safe. This is possible through the intelligently designed and patented Selectively Compliant Articulated Robotic Arm technology built into its ProMax platform. This arm allows for precise imaging across the entire maxillofacial region and eliminates exposure to areas not needed for diagnosis.

3D CBCT X-rays are a safer and faster version of a regular CAT scans or CTs. A cone shaped X-ray beam is used through rotation and produces cross-sectional images of facial bone and soft tissue with a variety of different resolutions. This advanced technique and technology offers very clear images of the most valuable details required for proper diagnosis, while at the same time limiting patient exposure to radiation. Our Oral Surgeons use this technology for a variety of diagnostics including:
  • Oral Surgery
  • Implant Planning
  • Orthodontic Planning & Implant Anchorage
  • Cephalometric Analysis
  • TMJ Analysis
  • Airway Study (Sleep Apnea)
  • Jaw Tumors
  • Impacted Teeth
A patient’s unique characteristics such as current oral health, age, and risk for disease are primary determinants of how often X-rays should be taken. For example, children may require X-rays more often than adults. This is because their teeth and jaws are still developing. Also their teeth are more likely to be affected by tooth decay than those of adults. Our experts can answer these questions based on your current oral health and patient history, so please don’t hesitate to ask when you visit us for your next appointment.

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