Technology has set its foot almost everywhere, from a shopping center to a dentist’s office. Visit a dental clinic, and you will find yourself surrounded by advanced devices that run on the most coming-of-age technologies.
Advanced technology has shaped the way we treat our patients. It is easy to find out and manage even the most severe dental issues with advanced diagnostic modalities and treatment options.
Here are the most advanced technologies shaping dentistry:
Dental implants are the most advanced and strongest restorations we use to replace missing teeth in your mouth. They are screw-replacements and provide a very natural look. They are the most modern and efficient alternative to dentures and bridgework.
Digital x-rays are quick and expose you to less radiation. They enable us to click the picture of the inside of your mouth and get the results instantly. We can then zoom the image to understand the original condition of your teeth. Moreover, they are more eco-friendly than traditional x-rays.
We use customized, transparent dental appliances for orthodontic treatment to straighten misaligned or crooked teeth. They are a better and more technologically-advanced option than traditional metal braces, as they are invisible, hassle-free, and convenient for you. Clear aligners are removable, so you can easily take them out while eating, brushing, flossing, and cleaning them. They show effect if you wear them for 20 to 22 hours every day. They provide quicker results than traditional metal braces.
An intraoral camera allows us to get better visibility of your mouth. It will enable us to get precise pictures of the otherwise difficult tissues to see. We also use this camera to show the images to our patients while educating them on oral health.
Nitrous oxide or laughing gas is the latest breakthrough in the world of dentistry. It allows us to make you feel relaxed at the time when you are nervous about getting a dental treatment. The biggest benefit with it is that it allows us to interact with you while you are in a relaxed state of mind.
Please reach out to our dental practice in Placerville, CA, to consult with Dr. Anderson. Please call Dentist in Placerville CA at (530) 622-9068 or schedule an online consultation, and we’ll guide you further.