3D Printers and Scanners
We utilize 3D Printers and Scanners as part of digital dentistry and also to make it easy to fabricate restorations. With the help of these fabrication tools, we can offer better and more personalized care to our patients at affordable costs. 3D scanners are designed to capture dental impressions. These impressions are used in the dental lab to create customized crowns to fit perfectly. After finalizing the restorations, it is sent over for 3D printing. 3D Printers, then create the restorations with intricate details.
Soft and Hard Tissue Lasers
Using hard tissue lasers, dentists seal tubules located on the root of the tooth that causes sensitivity. These lasers often eliminate the need for local anesthesia and the use of the traditional turbine dental drill. They also have the capability of killing bacteria present in a cavity. On the other hand, low-intensity soft tissue dental lasers can help detect cavities at an early stage, and thus, the dentist can treat it before it causes further damage.