At our practice, we believe in providing modern and innovative dental technology that we trust to deliver excellent results for our patients. The technology we provide includes intraoral cameras, digital x-rays, and so much more. Here is some information on our technologies.
With an intraoral camera, the dentist can examine your teeth and mouth tissues in close detail. This allows us to detect and treat problems early, such as tooth erosion, plaque buildup, and hidden cavities.
The intraoral camera is tiny and you most likely won’t feel anything. And thanks to modern dental advancements, you will be able to see everything it picks up on a monitor. The camera is useful and allows you to understand your oral health better, so you can seek better treatment options.
The best way to keep your teeth and gums healthy is through preventative methods. This includes brushing, flossing and seeing your dentist regularly. One way Uptown Dental Gig Habor can help you prevent oral health complication is by using our intraoral camera.
Did you know we can create dental crowns right here in our office? Patients who come in for restorations can leave the same day with their permanent crown placed.
Many practices place temporary crowns while the patient waits days for their restoration to be created in a dental lab. With our technology, we can provide same-day dentistry and get more work done in fewer appointments.
Anutra is a prebuffered dental anesthesia. Patients who have a hard time getting numb love that we offer Anutra at our office.
If you worry that your dental anesthesia may not be effective, Anutra is a fantastic option that we’re happy to provide if it meets your unique dental needs.
Our CT scanner offers high-quality three-dimensional imaging. This technology is especially useful when planning or preparing for procedures and treatments.
3D Imaging is extremely beneficial for fractured roots, placing implants, sleep apnea treatment, and more.
In addition to our CT 3D Imaging, we also offer CariVu. CariVu can take the place of traditional dental x-rays. With this amazing technology, we can get high-quality 3D digital images of your teeth to aid us in the detection of cavities and other dental issues.