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Our State of the Art Technology

State-of-the-art technology plays a crucial role in modern dentistry, offering numerous benefits for our patients including increased comfort and convenience, enhanced diagnostic and treatment capabilities, and more efficient administrative processes.

Digital X-rays - Allow us to take x-rays more quickly, reducing discomfort to our patients. They also enhance diagnostic capabilities, allowing our providers to detect dental issues at their earliest stages and develop more precise treatment plans.  Digital x-rays also make it easier to share visual information with the patient.

Intraoral cameras - Provide detailed photographic images of teeth and the oral cavity.  Patients now have the opportunity to see the same thing our providers see!


3D scanning technology enables dentists to visualize dental structures in three dimensions and simulate treatment outcomes using advanced software. This facilitates more accurate treatment planning for procedures such as dental implants, orthodontics, and cosmetic dentistry, leading to better patient outcomes.

Same day fabrication/milling of crowns, veneers and bridges - Same day fabrication technology using computer-aided design (CAD/CAM) technology allows us to design, mill, and place dental restorations in a single visit, saving patients time and reducing inconvenience. 

Laser - periodontal treatments

Ultrasonic scalers

 Advances in dental technology have led to the development of minimally invasive treatment options that preserve more natural tooth structure and minimize patient discomfort. Techniques such as laser dentistry, air abrasion, and digital impressions allow dentists to perform procedures with greater precision and efficiency.

  1. Improved Patient Education: State-of-the-art technology enhances patient education by allowing dentists to visually demonstrate dental issues, treatment options, and oral hygiene techniques. Interactive software programs, digital treatment simulations, and multimedia presentations help patients better understand their oral health needs and make informed decisions about their care.

  2. Enhanced Safety and Sterilization: Advanced infection control protocols and sterilization techniques help ensure a safe and hygienic environment for patients and dental staff. Automated sterilization equipment,  and touchless technologies minimize the risk of cross-contamination and promote optimal infection control practices.

  3. Increased Practice Efficiency: State-of-the-art technology improves practice efficiency by streamlining workflow processes, reducing treatment times, and enhancing communication with our patients. Digital recordkeeping systems   allow for smoother operations and better coordination of patient care.

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