The Latest in Dental Technology
Waterlase MD Turbo™
ERBIUM,CHROMIUM: YSGG LASER WITH WAVELENGTH 2780 NM
The Waterlase MD Turbo™ uses laser energy and a gentle spray of water to perform a wide range of dental procedures– without the heat, vibration and pressure associated with the dental drill. It is possible to use less anesthetic, and often no anesthetic at all.
The Waterlase MD Turbo™ is the ideal all-tissue laser for the multidisciplinary dentist/specialist who performs a broad spectrum of procedures. For optimal clinical results and patient comfort in hard and soft tissue procedures. The MD Turbo combines high speed with industry-leading Waterlase technology, delivering the highest level of clinician control, and operating efficiency.
The Waterlase MD Turbo™ sets a new standard of performance.
Single Tooth Anesthesia System
We are committed to keeping our patients pain free and in perfect oral health. We understand that pain is the greatest fear of our patients. Therefore, we use the state-of-the-art in pain reduction for the comfort of our patients – the STA Single Tooth Anesthesia System. A computer-controlled hypodermic needle, rapidly delivers the anesthetic solution painlessly to the tissue, vastly enhancing the well being of our patients.
Fidelis Plus III
ERBIUM: YAG LASER WITH WAVELENGTH 2940 NM AND ND:YAG LASER WITH WAVELENGTH 1064 NM.
The Fidelis Plus III is the latest in the advanced generation of dental laser systems, containing dentistry’s two best lasers in one single system. This outstanding technology allows us to provide the ultimate in dental care for trouble-free surgical and aesthetic procedures.
Cerec 3d Machine
CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics), also known as Precision CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing), is a dental technology used to create accurate porcelain dental restorations within minutes.
The CEREC technology is indicated to create dental restorations such as dental crowns, inlays and onlays (tooth cavity fillings) or veneers (wafer-thin, translucent ceramic shells placed over the tooth). Creating crowns is indicated:
To restore and protect a worn, decayed or broken tooth
To support the teeth after major filling or root canal therapy
To cover dental implants and hold a dental bridge
To cover a discolored tooth and improve the smile
CEREC consists of a computer program which displays three dimensional images of your teeth and gums on the screen. With the help of these images your dentist will design tooth restorations based on your individual requirements. After the dental restoration is designed, your dentist will send the designed specifications to a sculpting machine (milling) consisting of CAM to create an exact restoration as specified. Once the restoration is created, your dentist will fit the restoration on the same day without having to return again for a second visit as in the case of a laboratory made restoration.
This technology does not require tooth impressions or reduction of tooth structure for creating the dental restorations.
Advantages of CEREC
Various advantages of CEREC include:
Accurate shape of dental restorations
Creates healthy restoration within minutes
Short sculpting time
Placement of the dental restoration in a single appointment
Restorations are safe and made of metal free materials
Durable, natural and accurately fitted restorations