Lightwalker AT Laser
The Lightwalker AT Laser is an amazing new tool that allows many dental procedures to be performed without the need for needles or the drill. Combining the power of laser energy with atomized water, the Lightwalker AT Laser can remove hard and soft tissue quickly, effectively, and virtually painlessly. The Lightwalker AT Laser eliminates the heat and vibration that make drilling painful while offering greater precision and accuracy. Among other uses, the Lightwalker AT Laser can be used to remove tooth decay, perform soft tissue procedures, remove enamel, prepare for cosmetic treatment, and remove diseased gum tissue. Most patients do not require anesthesia when being treated with the Lightwalker AT Laser. To learn more, please contact us today.
The DIAGNOdent® is a powerful new laser used for early detection and diagnosis of tooth decay. The DIAGNOdent® also makes it easier to find decay that may be hidden in the cracks and crevices of teeth. Earlier detection means less damage, pain, and hassle for you down the road. Please contact our practice today to learn more about the Diagnodent®.
Digital dental X-rays offer many advantages. Although the risk of radiation damage from normal X-rays is small, digital X-rays limit exposure by 90%, enhancing your safety significantly. To take a digital X-ray of your teeth, we insert a tiny camera into your mouth. The X-rays are then instantly transmitted to a computer screen, where your dentist will review them with you. You can see any problems for yourself while reviewing your treatment options together. Digital X-rays help you to be more informed about your own dental health. If you’d like to learn more about digital X-rays, please contact us today!
The intraoral camera is a revolutionary diagnostic dental tool allowing us to more clearly identify potential problems within the mouth early on. The tiny intraoral camera can be inserted into a patient’s mouth, taking pictures of the teeth and displaying the images on a computer screen. Using the intraoral camera saves time and makes problems easily visible to both patient and doctor. Patients can view the areas we will be working on, making procedures more understandable. The accompanying software also provides clear and accurate data so that the best treatment options can be selected. To learn more about the intraoral camera, please contact our office today.
State-of-the-Art Sterilization Techniques
Our office uses state-of-the-art sterilization techniques, such as autoclaves, to maintain strict standards of hygiene. All hand pieces used during treatment are first washed in the ultrasonic machine and then sterilized in an autoclave.