We are thrilled to announce the addition of CBCT (cone beam CT scan) technology to our office. This high-tech tool gives us 3-D imaging in just 14 seconds.The most frequent reasons for needing a dental CT scan are:
Failed root canals
Placement or removal of dental implants
Extraction of wisdom teeth
Sleep issues (We are also pleased to offer take-home sleep studies.)
Bone issues in either jaw
Restorative dentistry has come a long way in recent years, thanks to the latest in laser and computer technology. Lasers have been the standard of care in medicine for surgical and cosmetic procedures – LASIK, wrinkle, hair and vein removal and many others.
Fewer shots, less drilling & less anesthesia
The Waterlase® laser was approved for dental procedures in 1998. Since then, thousands of dentists have performed millions of successful procedures – reducing the need for shots, anesthesia, drills and post-op numb lips. Waterlase also reduces patient anxiety and provides a more relaxing dental experience. Waterlase is a versatile tool that allows us to cut and shape teeth, bone and gum tissue with less trauma. It also allows us to do procedures that can’t be done with traditional tools such as drills and scalpels.
crowns & bridges
If you have ever had a crown or “cap” placed to restore a damaged tooth, you likely had to make multiple visits to your dentist for impressions to be made, placement of a temporary crown and placement of the final restoration after adjustments. Thanks to CEREC dentistry, we can now create a precision-crafted crown restoration in just one visit. Single-visit crowns are natural-looking, tooth-colored restorations that fit and function perfectly.
no multiple visits
Single-visit crowns make it possible for you to visit once and walk out with a brand-new crown and a nicer smile that day. Get the fastest, most convenient dental crowns you have ever had and improve your smile at the same time.