Digital x-rays provide improved comfort of mouth x-rays and less cranial exposure to radiation. With digital x-rays, patients can have around 70% less exposure to radiation than conventional x-rays. Digital x-rays also produce larger and clearer photos to better source hard-to-see cavities and the images can be easily stored on a computer and transferred to different dentists or orthodontists for referrals. Digital x-rays are also more environmentally friendly in the long run.
With panoramic x-rays, your dentist can see easily look for problems such as bone abnormalities and fractures, cysts, impacted teeth, infections and tumors. Its a much faster and simpler process than traditional x-rays. Also, the panoramic technique requires fewer steps compared to traditional dental x-rays. and hence makes patients feel more comfortable during the procedure and provides improved patient care.
Televisions are situated on the ceiling in the dental office so that when the dentist leans his patients back in the chair, they are able to watch television. This serves as a distraction from the fact that you are in the dentist office and has manged to alleviate tensions associated with dental visits for a lot of anxious patients and especially children.
The CariVu is a compact, portable caries detection device that uses unique, patented transillumination technology and allows for detection of a range of carious lesions (occlusal, interproximal, secondary/recurrent) and cracks. It helps in the identification of tooth decay when used with clinical and radiographic examinations. The CariVu is the latest generation of transillumination technology, and is a brilliant new way to discover caries and cracks.
Root canal therapy has gone high-tech recently, making the procedure as easy as possible for both patients and dentists! The new minimally invasive procedure dramatically increases disinfection of the entire root canal system. It therefore improves the success of the procedure and the comfort for the patients. With modern dental instruments and advanced techniques, dentists have more resources than ever to complete successful root canals, and patients can have the procedure done in just one visit -- virtually pain-free!