Our office uses modern, state-of-the-art technology to enhance
patient comfort and to help you get the smile you deserve!
The DeLight Erbium YAG dental laser is a pulsed
light that provides pinpoint accuracy to gently remove decay without
the need for anesthesia or the drill in most cases.
The ErYAG dental laser helps sterilize as it works and is less
traumatic to the tooth than the drill. Bond strengths of white fillings
to the tooth are also improved by 50% over conventional techniques.
The DIAGNOdent is a new high tech laser system that aids in early
diagnosis of cavities in the complex anatomy of the chewing surfaces
of teeth. It utilizes laser light of a defined wavelength to help
detect and quantify demineralized tooth substances without x-ray
OralCDx represents a breakthrough in oral cancer detection, a test
that will allow you and your dentist to improve the prognosis of
a disease that has remained unchanged for the last 50 years.
OralCDx is the first computerized brush biopsy system. It allows
dentists to quickly, painlessly and reliably detect oral cancer
in its earliest, most easily treatable stage.
Originally developed as part of the Star Wars missile
defense program, the OralCDx computer system includes a neural network-based
image processing system specifically adapted to detect abnormalities
unique to oral brush biopsy samples.
Our intraoral camera uses a tiny fiber-optic wand to easily take
vivid photographs of the inside of your mouth. This allows us to
let you see what we see.
Voice-activated Charting Software
This system connects a computer database to a voice-activated headset
so we can quickly, easily, and accurately record individual measurements
when performing a periodontal exam.
Our treatment areas and our waiting room are equipped with state-of-the-art
patient-education DVD systems. If you are uncertain about a particular
procedure, we will be happy to play the DVD video segment for you.
technology in veneer fabrication allows us to perform dazzling transformations
with minimal surface preparation.
white fillings have been around for a long time, the new materials
can now be used in a wider range of applications allowing you to
keep your smile as white as it can be!
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