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Advanced Services & Technology

Making Your Dentistry Modern

Great dentistry always begins with education and continues with experience. However, much like other medical fields, dentistry is constantly changing and evolving for the better, which means it’s incredibly important to stay on top of technological advancements and make sure that we are providing the best forms of care possible to patients. Below, you can learn a bit more about how as you prepare for your first appointment with Dr. Denison and her team.

Digital X-Rays

Dental team members examining digital x-rays

Traditional X-rays of the past not only used harmful chemicals and large amounts of radiation to complete, but they often took hours to develop in a dedicated dark room. Today, diagnostic X-rays are completely digital, streamlining the process to the point where they are available in minutes! Furthermore, those concerned about radiation will be happy to learn that going digital reduces exposure by over 85 percent, giving you peace of mind.

Intraoral Camera

Dentist using intraoral camera to capture smile images

The more you’re able to stay engaged during your dental exams, the better your dental experience will be. To help patients of all ages understand what’s happening in their mouth more effectively, we utilize an intraoral camera. This device is small enough to fit inside your mouth comfortably, yet powerful enough to capture high-resolution images of your oral structures in real-time. From there, we can display the images on a nearby monitor and explain the condition of your mouth and why we recommend certain treatments.

Digital Impression System

Digital bite impressions on chairside computer

When creating personalized restorations and oral appliances, whether it’s dental crowns, clear aligners are mouthguards, precision is absolutely key. In order to dramatically reduce the risk for human error, our dental office makes use of a dedicated digital impression system. Instead of having to bite into gray, putty-like impression material, we use a small, handheld device that captures hundreds of images of your smile and mouth. We then use these images to create your future restoration or oral appliance.

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