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Dental Technology


About Digital X-Rays

Digital x-rays offer a remarkable advancement in dental technology, emitting a mere fraction – just around 20% – of the radiation associated with traditional x-rays. Beyond this remarkable reduction in radiation exposure, digital x-rays eliminate the need for film, enabling an instant transition from capturing the x-ray to presenting it on a screen. This means that you can promptly examine your teeth and jawbone alongside our dental experts, facilitating the identification of crucial details for accurate diagnosis and meticulous treatment planning.


About Dental Photographs

Our staff’s extensive training enables us to utilize cutting-edge dental cameras with exceptional precision. With our advanced imaging technology, we capture detailed photographs of your teeth, tongue, and gums, providing comprehensive dental care. These images serve as a valuable resource, gathering meticulous information about your overall health. By harnessing state-of-the-art dental cameras, we create a visually captivating photographic record, documenting even subtle changes in your dental health. This record empowers us to closely monitor your progress over time, detecting potential issues early and preventing them from evolving into more serious conditions.


Q: What are dental implants?

A: Dental implants are titanium posts surgically placed in the jawbone to support artificial teeth.

Q: How long do dental implants last?

A: Dental implants, when cared for properly, can last a lifetime, ensuring lasting tooth replacement.

Q: Are dental implants noticeable?

A: Dental implants are designed to closely resemble natural teeth, providing a seamless and natural-looking smile.

Q: Is the dental implant procedure painful?

A: Local anesthesia is used during the procedure to ensure patient comfort, minimizing pain and discomfort.

Q: Can anyone get dental implants?

A: Most healthy individuals with adequate jawbone density can be candidates for dental implants.

Q: How long does the dental implant process take?

A: The dental implant process can vary, but it typically takes a few months from implant placement to final restoration.

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