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We know there are differences in craftsmanship. Instead of outsourcing your lab work, we select only the best LOCAL laboratories for your cases assures optimal results and quick return times.
Cone Beam CT
Our Prexion3D Cone Beam CT brings x-ray imaging to the next dimension by providing 3D images that allow us to safely diagnose and customize patient treatment like never before. The Prexion3D combines the highest quality 3D images and the most powerful software in the industry, enhancing our implant planning, oral surgery, endodontics, periodontics, restorative, general dentistry, and much more.
How is it different? Traditional 2D Panoramic and other dental x-rays are limited when compared to the 3D images that can show different angles and planes, allowing us to view any part of the patient's anatomy from any direction. The Prexion3D scanner offers enhanced accuracy, visibility, and predictability. The results are a reduction in procedure, surgery, and anesthesia time, which ultimately translates into a quicker recovery.
The Prexion3D scan is completely painless and can dramatically reduce x-ray radiation exposure when compared to normal CT scanners and some older traditional dental x-ray machines.
Digital Radiography is the safest way to take x-rays. It reduces your exposure up to 90% and provides a clearer image. This technology allows us to magnify and shade images to find cavities that may otherwise be hiding. We will display your x-ray on the LCD screen and explain your individual treatment plan.
Non Latex Products
Non latex products minimize exposure and provide a superior level of safety for our patients with latex allergies.
Tiny digital cameras fit comfortably inside your mouth and enable the dentist to show you an enlarged image of your teeth. Many people are visual learners, so it helps educate our patients when we can show you what is going on rather than just telling you. It also allows us to document and track any issues and submit them to insurance on your behalf.
Both the doctors and the hygienists use magnifying telescopes to improve their ability to see the fine details of your teeth. The telescopes can magnify from 2.5 - 5 times for enhanced visibility which equates to more accuracy.
In dentistry, the microscope has redefined the concept of visualization, particularly in endodontics. With a microscope, dental procedures can be performed more accurately and more reliably using variable and adjustable magnifications and shadow-free light.