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Whenever technology can make treatment more successful or comfortable for our patients, we implement it into our office. By staying on top of the latest developments, we are continuously improving the way we do dentistry. Here are a few of the latest technologies we have brought to our Apex, NC dental office.
Digital Dental X-Rays
Your health and safety are our number one priority. Integrating digital dental x-rays into our Apex, NC dental office is an investment in you. Because they emit up to 90 percent less radiation than film x-rays, they provide our patients with unsurpassed safety. Additionally, they allow us to immediately review your x-rays in our treatment room and store them securely in your digital file for immediate access and transfer.
Digital dental x-rays are also better for the environment, making them better for everyone!
We know that understanding dental conditions can be confusing. Teeth are so small and it's hard to get a good look at your own in the mirror. Our intraoral cameras allow us to capture images of your individual teeth, so that we can share them with you on our treatment room monitors. We can show you decay, cracks, and wear marks on your teeth while we discuss how to restore your health. When you fully understand your conditions, making a decision about your treatment is easier.
Intraoral cameras are small digital devices that easily fit inside your mouth. We capture high-resolution images to help with treatment planning and store them in your digital file in order to monitor your oral health over time.