As a state-of-the-art dental practice, we are proud to provide treatment backed by the latest dental innovations.
No matter what your reason is for visiting us, our advanced dental instruments are sure to make the experience a positive one.
At Spektor Dental, we use leading-edge dental technology to provide you with safe, fast, and effective results!
Laser dentistry is a practice that has been steadily growing in dental offices nationwide since it was first introduced in the early 1960s. The term “laser” itself stands for light amplification by the stimulated emission of radiation. While this may sound like a complicated process, it’s actually quite simple. A laser is essentially a focused beam of light that can be used for a variety of purposes in dentistry – from simply cleaning the teeth to performing minor soft tissue surgeries, laser dentistry has numerous applications. One of the biggest benefits of laser dentistry is that it is much less invasive than traditional dental procedures. Additionally, because lasers can be precisely controlled, they allow dental professionals to be very precise in their work, which leads to better overall results.
At Spektor Dental, we use our dental lasers for cleaning teeth and implants, as well as performing frenectomies, and canker sore treatments. If you’re looking for a state-of-the-art dental practice that offers the latest in dental technology, look no further than Spektor Dental!
Our office uses laser 3D dental scanning technology in order to obtain highly accurate impressions of our patients’ teeth. This allows us to easily diagnose dental irregularities, keep closer track of myofascial therapy progress, and perform more complex procedures with greater accuracy. 3D scanning is a relatively new technology that is constantly evolving, and we are proud to be at the forefront of this cutting-edge field. The 3D scanner is much more accurate than traditional dental impressions, and it eliminates the opportunity for human error or inaccuracies commonly found while using dental putty.
The scanner works by performing a quick scan of the teeth, gums, and jaw. The data collected by the scanner is then transferred to a computer, where it is used to create a three-dimensional model of the mouth. This model not only makes the way we perform dentistry more convenient, but it also allows us to show our patients a clear picture of their mouths and exactly what we are working on.
This technology is changing the way we practice dentistry, and we are excited to be able to offer it to our patients. To learn more about our 3D scanner, please contact our office today!
In the past, x-rays were time-consuming for the patient and for us. We had to wait patiently for days before the film was developed. If there was something that didn’t look right on the x-ray, we had to call the patient back in to fix it. Now, however, we have an amazing new tool – digital radiography, or digital x-rays.
These x-rays images lower patient exposure to radiation by 90%. Also, digital radiography means we can view and enlarge parts of the x-ray while you are still sitting in the chair. If we spot a problem area, we don’t have to wait to begin treatment. These x-rays are great for you and your mouth. Digital x-rays, which don’t require harmful chemicals to process, are also better for the environment.
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If you want the best in professional dental care, call (425) 470-4556, and schedule your appointment today!
SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT
If you want the best in professional dental care, call (425) 247-3629, and schedule your appointment today!
ADVANTAGES OF DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY
Digital radiography is amazing. These x-rays images lower patient exposure to radiation by 90%. While there was not much radiation in dental x-rays, to begin with, lower is always better when it comes to radiation. Also, digital radiography means we can view and enlarge parts of the x-ray while you are still sitting in the chair. If we spot a problem area, we don’t have to wait to begin treatment. These x-rays are great for you and your mouth. Digital x-rays, which don’t require harmful chemicals to process, are also better for the environment.