The Center for Aesthetic and Implant Dentistry is at the forefront of digital dentistry technology. From advanced diagnostic tools such as digital x-rays, laser detection and intraoral cameras to computer imaging that offers you a “sneak preview” of how you’ll look following a cosmetic procedure, CAID provides you with the most innovative and sophisticated technology options available.
Biotemps allow us to do just that with your dental experience. Whether as a guide for your new veneers, working out your bite, reshaping tissue, or all of the above, these custom-made temporaries allow you to test-drive your new smile with confidence.
This state-of-the-art digital software provides predictive data that quantifies your bite, identifying premature contacts before symptoms arise.
Digital imaging has become the standard of care in dental radiography.
The intraoral camera is a revolutionary diagnostic dental tool that allows us to easily identify potential oral issues early on. The tiny camera can be inserted into a patient’s mouth, taking pictures of the teeth and displaying the images on a computer screen.
This breakthrough technology provides visualization and early detection of mucosal abnormalities.
The Diode Laser represents the latest advances in laser technology, providing quick, precise soft-tissue alterations with minimal or no bleeding, swelling, or post-operative pain.
The Diagnodent is a powerful new laser used for early detection and diagnosis of tooth decay. The Diagnodent also makes it easier to find decay that may be hidden in the cracks and crevices of teeth. Earlier detection means less damage, pain, and hassle for you down the road.
Digital x-rays are a safer and more advanced diagnostic tool than traditional x-rays. Although traditional dental x-rays were already quite safe, many people felt concerned about any unnecessary exposure to radiation. Still, timely diagnosis of many dental problems requires the use of x-rays. Enter digital radiography, or digital x-rays, which allow us to see a detailed picture of your teeth, bite, and jawbone, but with significantly less radiation than traditional x-rays. In addition, digital x-rays can be saved, enlarged, and copied. For safer, more advanced x-rays, nothing compares to digital radiography.
Thinking about having cosmetic dentistry but not sure if you’re ready for the change? Computer imaging can give you a “sneak preview” of what you may look like after having the procedure of your choice. Using a digital photo, we’ll show you what your smile may look like with veneers or after tooth whitening. This simulation can help you select the procedures that are right for you. Computer imaging is an exciting new tool that helps you have appropriate expectations and makes having cosmetic dentistry even more fun.
What does watching TV have to do with dentistry? It is purely for your comfort. The televisions offer you a distraction, making your visit more enjoyable. By being more relaxed, you will be better equipped to enjoy your dental visit. In addition to the basic cable channels, each television is also equipped with a DVD player where you can play either movies or music discs.