Laser Scanner for Accurate
Having the dentist tell you about a large cavity in your tooth is a surprise when you had a check-up just six months earlier with no sign of a cavity. The truth is, that cavity was already there at your last appointment but couldn’t be detected.
Our dentists use the Laser Scanner to identify cavities when they are still very small and can be removed and replaced with a very small filling. The laser scanner will accurately pinpoint the problem for the right treatment, instead of symptoms of pain being misdiagnosed. We want to keep more of your natural teeth intact, and using the laser scanner will allow us to easily diagnose and provide less invasive treatment.
A High-Tech Camera that Lets You Participate in Your Care Decisions
We always work hand-in-hand with every patient so you will always be assured that the right decisions for your best dental care are being made. With the intra-oral camera, a close-up picture lets you clearly see all of your teeth. It becomes evident what teeth need work and which are just fine. You can then participate in every dental decision. You will be very pleased with how this works!
No Waiting Time with Digital
Digital X-rays are quick and easy. Just one panoramic image will include both the upper and lower jaws. A digital sensor is placed in your mouth and the image is downloaded and available for viewing on our computer screen immediately. Digital means less radiation – 75% less than conventional X-rays. As there is no need for film development, there are no chemicals used that can pollute the environment.
Fat Lips are Gone after Treatment
The effect of anesthesia often lasts 3 to 5 hours after treatment is completed. Some patients feel very uncomfortable walking around with this feeling and find it hard to speak or eat, making it an embarrassing situation. We can now offer OraVerse™, a recent development that reverses the effect of the anesthetic in about 15 minutes. If the idea of being numb hours after treatment is unappealing, we can relieve this problem for you in just minutes.
Isolite™ Makes it Easy for Patients
Isolate is a development in dental technology that makes dental care more comfortable for you. It works as both a suction device and a very bright light to remove any shadows within your mouth for accuracy during procedures. As modern dentistry needs the treatment area to be dry, Isolite maintains a dry field, replacing the use of a bulky, uncomfortable rubber dam.
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Watertown, SD 57201
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