Advanced Dental Technology
We strive to provide our patients with the best experience possible using the latest dental technology!
Is painless numbing up possible? With The Wand, we can provide high-quality, pain-free dentistry. The Wand was developed to replace the traditional syringe in dentistry. As much of a revolution as an evolution, this computer-controlled anesthetic delivery system is a logical progression from the syringe which has seen little change since its invention more than 150 years ago. With The Wand, dentists can bring one of dentistry’s last remaining antiquated designs into the 21st century.
When it comes to going to the dentist you might not look forward to that appointment. However, The Wand makes the visit easier and more comfortable for you and your family.
Patients often say……….’When are you going to do it?’
What can you expect with The Wand?
- The first thing you can expect is to smile as The Wand is a computer unit and looks like a modern piece of equipment, unlike an old fashioned syringe
- You’ll notice that your dentist will look more comfortable using The Wand handpiece, as it is simply held like a pen.
- You might not even know you’ve had an injection – that’s what some patients say – “When are you going to do it?
- Your dentist might choose to numb up just one tooth. There will be no numbness of the tongue, cheek or lip. You return to your routine able to drink and smile.
- You can expect to be so happy that you tell all your friends and neighbors about your great experience at the dentist.
Digital radiography is a form of X-ray imaging, where digital X-rays are used instead of traditional photographic film. Advantages include time efficiency through bypassing chemical processing and the ability to digitally transfer and enhance images. Also less radiation can be used to produce an image of similar contrast to conventional radiography.
What does a digital x-ray do?
The advanced digital x-rays magnify and enhance your teeth for better diagnosis of dental diseases or problems. This digital x-ray allows your dentist to take an image of your teeth and put it into an imaging program.
What are the benefits?
With this program, your dentist is able to use a number of tools that will allow a closer look at your teeth and surrounding structures with remarkable accuracy. Your dentist can examine small areas of decay between teeth and under existing fillings. Also, digital x-rays can help detect bone loss due to periodontal disease, dental infections, and abscesses.
The DEXIS CariVu is an advanced piece of dental equipment that allows our dentists to identify cavities with unmatched precision. The portable device uses patented transillumination technology that makes your enamel appear transparent, while any lesions in your teeth will trap and absorb the light.
This makes it easier than ever before to find cavities, allowing your dentist to actually see through your tooth and examine its inner structure. The images generated by the device look similar to x-rays, so they’re familiar and easy to understand.
Best of all, the DEXIs CariVu uses non-ionizing radiation to minimize any risks to your health. This is especially valuable for children and pregnant women.
PreXion CBCT Scanner
We use our CBCT scanner to generate high-quality, 3D images of your entire mouth. This helps our dentists detect issues that are difficult to see with traditional x-rays or the naked eye. It also helps us place dental implants with unmatched accuracy.
We use a PreXion CBCT scanner to ensure the highest-resolution images. No other provider can match the stellar image quality of PreXion scanners. These devices also feature the smallest X-ray beam source in the world, minimizing your exposure to radiation and protecting your overall health.
By using a PreXion CBCT scanner, we can ensure safer and more effective treatments for all our patients.
How to schedule an appointment
Our Cooper City dentists are committed to making sure your smile is healthy and beautiful. No matter what type of procedure you need, we’ll be happy to provide the quality care you’re looking for.
To schedule an appointment, simply call our office at (954) 437-6855 and speak to a member of our team. If you’d prefer, we also feature online scheduling for your convenience.