Dental Imaging

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Our Dental Imaging Methods

X-rays generally reveal the defects in your dental structure and various other problems with your teeth. On the other hand, dental imaging is utilized to learn about the presence of cavities, dental infections and oral masses that can be either harmless or threatening. Dental imaging is also used to study bone loss in a patient.

Digital X-rays

Digital X-rays have become an advancement in many dental fields. Taking X-rays digitally is more convenient and produces more accurate, reliable results than before. This process is safer for the patients and quicker than traditional X-rays. A digital X-ray is safer because it doesn’t expose the patient to harmful X-ray radiations as the previous forms of technology. A digital X-ray is quicker because it gives results without delay, where the device is attached to a computer and shows the X-ray on screen immediately.

Intraoral Camera

An intraoral camera is a small video camera that takes an image of the outside of the gum or tooth. The intraoral camera resembles an oversized pen. While simultaneously viewing a monitor, the dentist inserts the camera into a patient's mouth and gently shifts it about so that images can be taken from a variety of angles.

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iTero Dental Impressions

iTero is a scanner which helps take oral impressions for our dentist to understand the case of the patient more precisely. This scanner is quick and produces clearer images. Since this technology takes a 3D view of a patient’s mouth, it helps to create a complete dental map of the patient. This enables our dentist in diagnosis, analyzing the causes of any problems that the patient may have.

KaVo DIAGNOdent Laser Cavity Finder

The KaVo DIAGNOdent laser is a revolutionary, ADA approved method for detecting cavities using sound. Using a low-density laser, hidden decay is found much the same way a metal detector locates metal objects in the ground. When the laser pinpoints a cavity, it produces a sound. Thanks to this new technology, your dentist at can discover unseen decay long before other conventional methods and provide treatment before larger oral problems develop. The procedure is quick and pain-free.

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Our dentist at is skilled in using these advanced equipment. Call us at 407-351-4104 for an appointment or come to our office today. Our dentist is ready to answer any questions you may have.