State of the Art Technology

Our facility is equipped with state-of-the art technology to enhance your dental experience.

Digital Photography

All of our consultations and treatment procedures include the use of digital photography. Taken in our Dental Suites, these photos are used during your consultation so that you can view the condition of your teeth and during your dental procedures to document the progression of your treatment.

Invisalign® Teeth Straightening Technology

Invisalign uses 3-D computer imaging technology to map your complete treatment plan from the initial position to the final desired position, producing a series of custom made, clear aligners. Each aligner is worn for two weeks and then replaced by the next one until the final position is achieved. This advanced technology allows you to see the amazing results before you even begin. You will achieve your new beautiful smile in as little as six to 12 months!

Technology and Lighting Control Center Entertainment System

This lighting and monitor system allows you to watch television or movies on a high-resolution, flat-panel screen while in the dental chair. The integrated fiber optic lights illuminate the inside of your mouth without obstruction, glare, or excess heat. We offer cable TV and satellite music channels or bring your favorite DVD to watch while you are in the dental chair.

Digital Panoramic and Intra-Oral Radiographs

Taking radiographs of your teeth is a necessary part of dentistry. We use digital radiography technologies to give us clear, enlargeable images while protecting you with 80-90% less exposure to radiation.

Sterilization System

With your safety in mind, our complete sterilization area efficiently cleans, disinfects and sterilizes each piece of equipment in a safe manner.

Computerized Charting, Scheduling and Communication

Our facility is networked with computers in every suite, allowing us to chart and schedule your treatment.

Laser Caries (decay) Detection

Diagnodent and Caries ID are both instruments used to identify caries in the earliest state possible, thus preventing greater destruction of the tooth from decay.