The i-CAT 3-D dental scan system is well in advance of any x-ray system. The i-CAT provides 3-D images of the teeth, jaw, sinuses and skull structure in 1/20th of a second with significantly less radiation than a medical CT scan.
The 3-D scans from the i-CAT provide anatomically accurate data and surgical predictability for:
- Implant placement
- TMJ analysis
- Airway assessments
- Orthognathic surgery
Using the E4D Dental Technology System we can restore teeth with a ceramic/porcelain crown in one appointment. Our patients do not need to wear a temporary crown and then return for a second visit. E4D Dentist scans both soft tissue and tooth structure and creates a digital picture to build the crown.
The E4D milling system in our office takes just minutes to fabricate a high strength ceramic or composite crown restoration from the computerized crown design.
Polishing or staining and glazing provide the ultimate in finishing restorative and esthetic care for your crown.
We use the latest in technology and equipment to make your visits and dental care as quick and comfortable as possible.
Unlike the conventional wall-mount and portable X-ray systems, the NOMAD is lightweight, rechargeable (battery-powered), and can go anywhere. Dental professionals around the world have rapidly chosen the NOMAD as their preferred X-ray device, both in and out of the office, with almost 12,000 NOMADs now in use.
The external backscatter shield and internal radiation shielding are specially designed to protect the operator from radiation exposure. In fact, the exposure from using the NOMAD Pro 2 is less than one percent of allowed occupational doses.
We have a computerized restoration system that can fabricate restorations such as crowns, inlays, onlays, veneers and more in our office.
- No messy impressions
- No temporaries
- No second appointment
- No increase in cost
- Everything can be finished in a single appointment!
CEREC Omnicam is optimized for powder-free scanning of natural tooth structures and gingiva. Simply place the camera over the relevant area and the scan starts automatically. The elimination of a powder coating means that the scanning process is faster and easier. Full-arch and half-arch scans can now be performed more conveniently and quickly than ever before.
It is impressive to see the 3D model displayed in full color on the monitor. The various surfaces are shown in their natural shades. This direct and realistic feedback helps to distinguish between amalgam, gold or composite fillings and other subtle problems in the mouth.
Our office uses a soft tissue laser to treat soft tissue problems and other gum related diseases. This laser allows us to painlessly treat problems such as periodontitis and perform advanced procedures such as gum grafts with minimal invasion.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a by-product of blood (plasma) is rich in platelets. PRP permits the body to take advantage of the normal healing pathways at a greatly accelerated rate. During the healing process, the body rushes many cells and cell-types to the wound in order to initiate the healing process. One of those cell types is platelets. Platelets perform many functions, including formation of a blood clot and release of growth factors into the wound. These growth factors function is to assist the body in repairing itself by stimulating stem cells to regenerate new tissue. The more growth factors released into the wound, the faster the healing. PRP promotes healing in bone grafting for dental implants, onlay and inlay grafts, sinus lift procedures, ridge augmentation procedures, and closure of cleft, lip, palate defects, repair of bone defects creating by removal of teeth or small cysts, and the repair of fistulas between the sinus cavity and mouth.