Posts Categorized: Technology

Are Same-Day Dental Crowns for Everyone?

If you’ve ever had a dental crown placed, then you might know that the time between your tooth being prepared and your permanent crown being placed can be a delicate one. In the interim, you may have to wear a temporary restoration to protect the prepared tooth, which some patients might find inconvenient. As an… Read more »

Technology And Your Smile

Have you given much thought to how often you rely on technology on any given day – at any given moment? Let’s take the most obvious when it comes to our practice and your daily life. We rely on a variety of advanced technology, including instruments and systems to provide you with your dental care… Read more »

Dental Care: Surprising Convenience

Patients often avoid dental care because they assume it will be time-consuming and complicated. The good news is that thanks to exceptional advances in dentistry, we can offer convenient dental care to our patients with options like one-visit restorations. Particularly for individuals who struggle with dental anxiety or those with fully packed daily schedules, learning… Read more »

Quiz: Know Your Dental Technology

You may become quite impressed with the information we are capable of gathering during a single dental checkup. Wondering how we can detect oral diseases sooner than your body can recognize a problem? Curious about how we can so easily take a detailed, behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of your oral health? Fortunately, we… Read more »

Learn About Preventive Dental Technology

When it comes to protecting your oral health, there’s a whole lot that goes into your preventive dentistry treatments. First, we focus primarily on ensuring you visit us once every six months for your dental checkups and cleanings. Though the reasoning behind these visits is clear – they are meant to protect your teeth and… Read more »

Today’s Dental Implants have the Technological Edge!

The concept of replacing missing teeth by stabilizing a false tooth within the jaw has been around for thousands of years. In fact, the archeological record shows that the ancient Incans used carved shelled to replace missing teeth thousands of years ago. Modern dental implant technology has been around since the 1960s, when Swedish scientist… Read more »