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Advanced Technology

Unmatched Precision
at Every Appointment

When it comes to high-quality dentistry, there are no small details. Every shade and contour of each tooth can have a dramatic and lasting impact on the smile, and to ensure we’re able to deliver results that look great and can be trusted to last, we use some of the most advanced dental technology available today. The instruments detailed below help us not only provide premier care, but guarantee a more convenient and comfortable experience as well. With us, you and your children will spend less time in the dental chair while still achieving gorgeous results. Contact us today to schedule your next appointment and experience truly state-of-the-art dentistry.

Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences

  • Extremely Thorough Checkups with an Intraoral Camera
  • Fast & Safe Digital X-Rays
  • Friendly Team w/ Years of Experience
Man in dental chair at state of the art dental office

Intraoral Cameras

Dentist capturing intraoral images

One of the most basic challenges of dentistry is being able to get a good look inside a patient’s mouth. Previously, this was accomplished simply by shining a bright light, which is certainly better than nothing, but it still leaves a lot of the oral cavity hidden in shadow. This is why we use intraoral cameras, which allow us to capture high-definition images and see every bit of the teeth and gums. We can display the images on a large monitor right in the treatment room, enabling us to catch any potential decay or damage way earlier than we could with a regular visual exam.

All-Digital X-Rays

Digital dental x-rays on chairside computer

A lot can go on underneath your gum line—did you know that most of your teeth are hidden from the naked eye? To make sure a cavity, infection, or even oral cancer doesn’t have a chance to sneak up on a patient, we regularly take X-rays during checkups. Digital X-rays have several advantages compared to traditional film—the images show more detail, they take much less time to develop, and the process also exposes our patients (as well as our team!) to 90% LESS radiation.

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