Dental Technology in Fontana, CA

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Dental technology refers to different tools and techniques used in dentistry to ensure treatment accuracy and patient comfort. Technology is constantly advancing, with new tools, techniques, and materials constantly being developed to improve treatment and patient experience.

Benefits of Dental Technology

Faster Treatments

Using the latest in dental technology, our dentist can complete your treatment faster. For example, if you require a dental procedure that includes impressions, other dentists may use putty and have to wait for the impressions to harden before moving forward with your treatment. At our office, our dentist uses digital scanning devices to capture impressions, making the process much faster and more comfortable.

Better Accuracy

With advancements in dental technology, dentists can now diagnose patients more quickly and accurately. Many dental conditions, like tooth decay, can’t always be detected visually and require further testing. At our office, we use digital X-rays to accurately diagnose cavities or other issues.

Increased Comfort

In many cases, dental technology can reduce the need for anesthesia or pain medications. 

Patients anxious about receiving dental treatment may be more likely to experience pain. Dental technology allows us to help patients stay relaxed and comfortable while receiving treatment.

Dental Technology Used at Our Practice

Intraoral Cameras

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Intraoral cameras are mini cameras that fit inside the mouth. These cameras allow patients and dentists to see different areas of the mouth in detail. The camera is connected to a screen where both the dentist and the patient can see areas of decay, cracks or fractures in the tooth structure, or any other type of problem that may be present. This helps to ensure patients are informed and aware of what’s happening in their mouths and gives them the opportunity to ask any questions they may have.

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Digital X-Rays

Digital X-ray technology uses a sensor and a computer to take high-resolution images. The images can be viewed instantly, and the dentist can zoom into, sharpen, or change the contrast of these images with a few clicks of the mouse. Digital X-rays are also safer than traditional X-rays because they emit less radiation. The images are stored electronically as opposed to being on film.

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) technology provides 3-D images of a patient’s oral structures, jawbones, and surrounding tissues. CBCT scans are more thorough than traditional bitewings, as the imaging device captures multiple images during a 360-degree rotation around the patient’s head.

To learn more about the dental technology we use, contact us at (909) 314-1783 and schedule an appointment with ourdentist in Fontana, CA.

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