|| Our office uses modern, state-of-the-art technology to enhance
patient comfort and to help you get the smile you deserve!
We provide Laser "Drill-Less" Dentistry. Laser Dentistry
is usually performed without the need of Novocain. Patients
love not needing to get numb or hearing the sound of the dental
drill! Our office has used digital x-rays since 1997. Digital
x-rays utilize about 90% less radiation than conventional
dental x-rays. We also have Denature, a water purification
system derived from the NASA space program. Our patients can
get a close up picture of different areas of their mouth using
an intraoral camera.
We try to make your dental experience as pleasurable
as possible. We now have flat screen TVs in all operatories.
Nitrous oxide and conscious sedation is available. Kids love
to visit our office and play our XBox 360.
Laser "Drill-Less" Dentistry
We offer Laser "Drill-Less" Dentistry. Many
dental procedures can be performed without the need
of novocain. This means greater comfort and satisfation
for our patients.
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|Sedation Dentistry bridges
the gap between new technology and patient comfort. After
an initial consultation, your Sedation Dentistry appointment
will be scheduled. You are given a small pill to make
you snooze through your dental appointment. Even though
you are not technically asleep, our patients describe
the experience as seeming to be asleep. You will have
little or no memory of the appointment. You will not even
remember any sounds or smells.
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Computer Digital Radiography (CDR)
x-rays can now be taken using sensors that transmit the
image directly into a computer monitor. This larger image
helps the patient understand the doctor's explanations more
easily and enables the doctor to "zoom in" on a
specific area of the tooth. An important advantage to this
new technology is that it reduces the amount of radiation
by 90%. Digital x-rays are also faster. The digital image
only takes a minute or two to appear in the monitor. In addition,
this new technology is friendly to the environment since no
chemicals are needed for developing the image.
The VELscope Vx is the most powerful tool available for assisting in the discovery of oral abnormalities.
Discovering soft tissue abnormalities is particularly important in the fight against oral cancer. Because the VELscope Vx assists in early detection, cancer can be caught before it has time to spread, potentially saving lives through less invasive, more effective treatment.
OralCDx represents a breakthrough in oral cancer detection,
a test that will allow you and your dentist to improve the
prognosis of a disease that has remained unchanged for the
last 50 years.
OralCDx is the first computerized brush biopsy system. It
allows dentists to quickly, painlessly and reliably detect
oral cancer in its earliest, most easily treatable stage.
Originally developed as part of the Star Wars
missile defense program, the OralCDx computer system includes
a neural network-based image processing system specifically
adapted to detect abnormalities unique to oral brush biopsy
For In-Office whitening, we utilize the advanced Zoom! light-activated
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Virtual Reality Glasses
We have Virtual Reality glasses available for longer procedures
so you can watch a movie while you're getting your dental
work done. We also have some cool video games available in
our reception area!
Our intraoral camera uses a tiny fiber-optic wand to easily
take vivid photographs of the inside of your mouth. This allows
us to let you see what we see.
|New technology in veneer fabrication allows
us to perform dazzling transformations with minimal surface
white fillings have been around for a long time, the new materials
can now be used in a wider range of applications allowing
you to keep your smile as white as it can be!
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