Category: Dental Technology

The Advanced Technologies We Use To Treat Smiles

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Our team wants to provide care with precision and accuracy, so you avoid the onset of serious oral health issues or major complications. To provide a more accurate diagnosis, we often use digital technology. We also have advanced systems to identify cavities, screen for oral cancer, and treat soft tissue problems, such as gum disease…. Read more »

The Benefits Of Treating Smiles With Laser Dentistry

In our last blog, we talked about the value of using digital dentistry to examine your smile and make a diagnosis with precision. But we also use other technologies to provide quality, comfortable care. In today’s blog, your Syosset, NY, dentist will discuss how we use advanced dental lasers to detect cavities and offer cosmetic… Read more »

We Plan Your Care With Advanced Digital Technology

Our team strives to offer each patient the highest quality care, and part of this involves obtaining detailed images and an accurate diagnosis. To accomplish this, your Syosset, NY, dentist will often employ advanced digital technology, offering images with greater detail and enabling our team to plan the treatments necessary to improve the health and… Read more »

Digital Enhancements that Improve the Quality of Your Care

There are many things that contribute to the overall quality of your dental care. For instance, the level of comfort your feel when you visit your dentist, and the skill with which your dentist can address all of your concerns are paramount. However, these days, technology plays an increasingly more important role in high-quality dental… Read more »

3 Thing Advanced Dental Technology Makes A Lot Easier

Some things can’t be automated or delegated technology, like properly caring for your smile. However, the dental health field has always been a showcase of contemporary technology. These days, there are several different innovations that vastly improve the quality of most diagnostic services and treatment options. From offering clearer, more detailed images of your teeth… Read more »

What Makes Digital X-Rays Better?

Prevention is the most important benefit of routine dental care, and that prevention relies on accurate, precise examinations. By thoroughly checking your teeth and oral tissues during every visit, your dentist can help spot signs of trouble that can be addressed before more serious concerns develop. For more accurate diagnoses, dentists have long relied on… Read more »

How Lasers Find Cavities Before They’re Obvious

The best way to handle dental issues like cavities is to avoid them altogether. In many cases, that simply requires a consistent routine of good hygiene and preventive care at your dentist’s office. Sometimes, though, a cavity might begin to develop despite your best efforts to prevent it, in which case early detection and treatment… Read more »

What Your Dentist Can Do with Lasers!

Lasers may have once seemed like a dream of the future, but today, the technology has revolutionized everything from media devices to medical and dental health care. At our dental office, for instance, our experts use specially calibrated diode lasers to perform a number of soft-tissue procedures that traditionally require a scalpel and sutures. With… Read more »

How Do Digital X-Rays Work?

These days, you may see a lot of dentists promoting the use of digital X-rays in their offices and the benefits they provide compared to traditional ones. However, just the term “digital” doesn’t always mean better, so you may still wonder how digital X-rays work, and why you should care. The truth is that digital… Read more »

How Our Patients Benefit from 3D Digital Scanning

When it comes to restoring your smile, accuracy and realism are paramount. Conventional and implant-supported restorations, such as dental crowns and bridges, work best when they closely mimic the healthy, natural teeth that they’re meant to restore or replace. Traditionally, planning a restoration meant spreading a gel-like substance over your teeth to capture their impression…. Read more »