Advanced Dental Technology – Anaheim, CA
Bringing Dentistry Into the New Age
Dental technology is continually changing. With advancements being made every day by researchers and professionals alike, more and more dentists are trading in old equipment for newer, more updated solutions. Because of these inclusions, we can now more accurately diagnose oral health issues as well as provide more conservative treatment options that lead to beautiful, healthy, natural-looking results.
Committed to State - of - the - Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences
- Improved Patient Education
- Accurate Treatment Planning for Extensive Procedures
- Mess-Free Impressions
Seeing what your dentist sees is no longer unattainable. With the help of an intraoral camera, we can show you, in real-time, the inside of your mouth while we examine your teeth and gums for problem areas. Using a handheld, camera-tipped device, we can scan your mouth so that the images appear on a nearby computer screen. Not only is this helpful to improve patient education, but it also allows us to better explain the reason for certain treatments.
All-digital X-rays are becoming more popular among dental offices throughout the country. Why? Unlike traditional radiographs, these newer, more advanced versions emit less radiation, require no harsh chemicals to develop, and can be easily stored for quick retrieval in the future. With digital X-rays, our team can provide more accurate diagnoses thanks to their higher-resolution images.
3D Cone Beam Imaging
Our 3D Cone Beam Imaging system is commonly used on patients who are preparing for dental implant placement or a similarly invasive procedure. Rotating 360 degrees around your head, the device captures hundreds of images of your oral and facial structures. It then uses specialized software to compile the photos into one three-dimensional model. From there, we can make adjustments and better plan for your procedure so that there are no surprises along the way.
Digital Impression System
Messy dental putty is now a thing of the past thanks to our digital impression system. Customized restorations were once made by lab technicians who relied on semi-accurate impressions. Instead of causing you to gag because of the cold, flavored putty, we now scan your smile using a handheld device. By creating a three-dimensional impression on a nearby screen, we can send these accurate images to technicians more easily, allowing them to produce comfortable and natural-looking restorations.