Computer Assisted Local Anesthesia

It is estimated that more than 75% of the U.S. population fears the dentist and injections. To reduce anxiety about going to the dentist, this computer-assisted anesthetic delivery system controls the pressure of the anesthetic flow and makes receiving anesthesia virtually pain free.

3D Imaging

Our cone beam 3D imaging device allows us to see your teeth and jaws in 3D. This device ensures implants are placed accurately with no guesswork. We also use it to plan root canal treatments and wisdom teeth extractions. Seeing all of the intricate anatomy in your mouth is critical in planning and performing your treatment.

Intraoral Camera

Often people do not get the opportunity to take a good look inside their mouths. Our intraoral camera gives us high-resolution color photos displayed on large monitors to better detect decay in its earlier stages. The camera is an important tool for treatment plans and educating our patients. It allows for the patient to see what the doctor sees so they can make decisions on treatments together.

Digital X-Rays

Digital X-rays use less radiation than traditional radiographs and appear on the screen instantly so there is no developing time.

3Shape Trios Intraoral Scanner

We now have the ability to replace most dental impressions with our 3D scanner. The Trios intraoral scanner is one of the fastest, most accurate digital impression scanners on the market. This means better fitting and more accurate crowns, bridges, orthodontic aligners, and surgical guides for implants.

Dental Laser Treatments

Our dental diode laser uses laser energy to treat many different procedures. Our laser can be used to treat periodontal disease by bacterial reduction following scaling and root planing. It can remove and prevent cold sores, remove lesions, perform gingival contouring in conjunction with cosmetic procedures, nonsurgical frenectomies, nonsurgical approaches to tongue ties, and much more.

Electric Handpieces

Our electric handpieces emit a significantly lower level of noise than air-driven handpieces which produce a very high pitch sound. The quieter sound of our electric handpieces is better for patient comfort and smoother for treatment preparations.