What Is Dental Technology?
The Importance of Good Tools
Cleaning Your Teeth
Having the proper tools to clean your teeth as thoroughly and expertly as possible is an essential part of giving you the quality care we are so passionate about.
Quality x-rays help us determine the best course of treatment for a wide range of issues that we couldn’t otherwise see with the naked eye.
Being properly equipped for procedures such as filling cavities and repairing chipped teeth is important because you have trusted us with your smile.
Monitoring your oral health happens when you’re out of the office too. Having the proper software to analyze your x rays and the development of your teeth is important.
Why Does Tech Matter?
Exceptional Tools for Exceptional Care
Providing you with quality care means not cutting corners when it comes to technology. We pride ourselves on providing you with educated dental professionals equipped with the cutting edge tools they need not just to do the job, but to do it perfectly.
Frequently Asked Questions
About Dental Technology
Developments in dental technology have allowed us to perform more accurate assessments that lead to more effective treatment.
Anything from x-ray machines to the tools we use to clean your teeth are considered dental technology!
Dentists and dental assistants learn how to use technology through years of schooling and diligent continued education as new tech arises!
Dental technology allows us to pay closer attention to detail, giving you more precise treatment with a high level of confidence!
No, the cost of your treatment plan is not and should not be determined by the tools we use!
From getting you checked in and out faster to seeing your teeth with more detail, technology helps us give you quality care at every step of treatment!
There are certain teeth whitening treatments that you can do at home, as well as tools such as water pics that can help you go the extra mile in cleaning your teeth!
Coverage To Smile About
Financing Your Dental Care
More and more studies show that your oral health is directly linked to your overall health. Getting proper dental care needs to be as important a part of your healthcare routine as exercise, eating right, and having a yearly medical exam. But that doesn’t make dental care any easier—especially if you don’t have dental insurance.
Our team understands and that is why we have created Coverage to Smile About.