OUR OFFICE USES ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TO AID IN ACCURATE DIAGNOSIS, GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE TREATMENT, WHILE DELIVERING AN EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIENCE FOR PATIENTS.
The GentleWave System’s technology uses broad spectrum acoustic energy and advanced fluid dynamics to flush away debris and tissue from your entire root canal system. It dissolves organic tissue up to 7x faster than conventional devices even cleaning microscopic spaces that can’t be reached by standard root canal treatment.
Instead of relying on on multiple instruments to clean the root canal system, following minimal insturmentation the GentleWave System uses a sterilized single-use procedure instrument to deliver broad spectrum acoustic energy and a powerful vortex of optimized procedure fluids throughout the canals. Many patients- especially those who have previously undergone a standard root canal treatment-describe the GentleWave Procedure as comfortable.
Surgical operating Microscope
The introduction of the surgical microscope has revolutionized the field of endodontic microsurgery. We have invested in the very best quality surgical microscopes that provide unparalleled magnification and illumination for our surgical procedures.
Our success depends on us being able to see the minutest of details — you cannot treat what you cannot see. In addition, we have incorporated the latest high-definition video allowing us to record our procedures with unequaled clarity and detail.
3D Imaging (CBCT)
Our office uses the latest 3D technology. When we use this type of CT scan, we can work better to give you improved diagnoses, treatment planning, and prognosis. With this technology, we can visualize any tooth from multiple angles with extreme accuracy.
This machine features one of the highest 3D image resolutions available. Cone Beam CT (CBCT) scans are only taken when necessary, and they provide a multitude of benefits, including superior quality and maximum patient safety.
Digital radiographs are safer, faster, and diagnostically more useful in endodontics than conventional film x-rays. There is an up to 80% reduction in radiation, compared to traditional film technology.
Patient comfort is greatly increased by utilizing sleek and small, rounded, and beveled sensors. The resulting images are digital, allowing computer enhancement, enlargement, and evaluation, which greatly improve diagnostic and communication capabilities.