Fillings are a pain – all the drilling, injections, and office visits. Say goodbye to everything you thought you knew about dental restorations, and say hello to CEREC®. CEREC® is the most preferred CAD/CAM technology used by dentists everywhere. In just one office visit, you can have your teeth fully restored and looking like new. CEREC® treatments do not use amalgam, gold, or any other metal products; instead CEREC® uses a ceramic, tooth-colored material that helps restore your teeth back to their natural look and composition.
Botox is a chemical compound derived from clostridium botulinum, a bacterium otherwise found in certain types of food poisoning. This compound is injecting under the gums or skin to temporarily weaken local muscles or block nearby nerves to reduce pain, treat certain health conditions and even soften exterior wrinkles.
CariVu is an exciting new technology that helps dentists correctly identify the source of pain, discomfort or damage in your teeth. By bathing your teeth in a safe infrared light, CariVu uses transillumination to allow our team of dependable dentists to see through the structure of your tooth and detect cracks, fissures or other causes of weakness.
OralID is a new technology that allows your dentist to detect oral disease and cancer with greater confidence that when using traditional methods. Using specialized light, this easy procedure makes healthy and non-healthy areas shine different colors. Your dentist can now quickly identify cancerous and precancerous skin and gum abnormalities within your oral cavity. This is one of the most affordable ways to receive preventive care.
You need braces and you don’t want to have a mouth full of metal brackets and wires, but what other choice is there? Why not ask about Invisalign®? Invisalign® uses a series of clear, removable, comfortable aligners that straighten teeth and give you a new smile in less time than with traditional braces. You don’t have to change your lifestyle to get a great smile.
If you're like 100 million other Americans, you could be one of 50% of Americans who have periodontal disease, the major cause of tooth loss in adults. Periodontal disease starts off as plaque, an opaque film which eventually hardens, forming tartar or calculus. That can cause infections. The way to repair the damage is to get rid of the infection and close up the pockets. Until now, that meant surgery and sutures. But today, many dentists offer LANAPTM (LPTTM), a patient-friendly, minimally-invasive procedure that’s a great improvement over standard gum surgery.
Advance Digital X-ray
Utilizing cone beam technology to aid in implant placements and other diagnoses.