We are constantly striving to give our patients the finest dental care possible, and our investment in advanced technology is also a long-term investment in your oral health. We understand that using updated technology leads to more informed decision-making, allowing our patients to make the best possible decisions about their oral health.
Piezosurgery is based on the piezoelectric effect, a principle related to ultrasonic transduction. In periodontics, the piezo surgical unit is often used for implant-related procedures, root planing, sinus lifts, and other bone grafting treatments. Read more
Our blood is mostly comprised of a liquid we call “plasma” that contains red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. As the name suggests, platelet rich plasma is a by-product of the blood with a high concentration of platelets. These platelets are largely responsible for blood clotting and tissue regeneration, making PRP incredibly useful during and after oral surgery. Read more
A typical dental x-ray will just focus on the teeth, and for each image you'll need one exposure. Therefore, to get the same picture as a 3D image, you'd need many exposures. 3D imaging shows considerably more than a simple 2D x-ray, as this newer technology will provide more accurate and complete visual information from every angle. Read more
AIRFLOW therapy has revolutionized the way we remove stains and plaque deposits from your teeth and gingival tissues. Air polishing treatment has been around since the 1970s, but AIRFLOW therapy has some benefits over typical air polishing methods. AIRFLOW therapy involves the use of erythritol or glycine powder. Read more