Dental technology and techniques have made great advancements in the last few decades. Our office uses many advanced tools that allow us to perform exams and treatments with precision and efficiency. Our team stays up-to-date on dental technology because we want you to have a healthy, beautiful smile.
CEREC Mills, Printers, and Software
The dental industry has come a long way in learning how to craft several different appliances and restorations for our patients. We provide advanced dental technology with our dental crowns, bridges, veneers, TMJ and sleep apnea mouthguards, dentures, and Invisalign aligners.
For many of our devices, we used to send impressions of your mouth to a lab and then wait for the product to come back. All that has changed with our leading-edge technology! With digital scanners and cameras, CAD software, and in-office manufacturing, we can create your appliance while you wait in our office.
The CEREC machine is great new technology that uses digital impressions to create restorations like dental crowns, bridges, or set of dentures. Our CEREC mill can even make the restoration for you while you’re still in the dental chair! You won’t have to come back in for a second appointment.
In just the last few years, dental imaging equipment has come a long way. Our digital software and high-definition scanners allow us view detailed images of your mouth and can even create a digital impression for help with production.
3D Dental Printers
Our office utilizes 3D printers to create restoration treatments and appliances. Three-dimensional dental printing can help us make highly customized appliances that fit well and can help improve your oral health.
Moonray S 3D Printer
The Moonray S is one of our 3D printers designed to use biocompatible resin. This particular type of resin is safe to use in dental aligners, surgical guides, and more. The printer also syncs with our software, reduces treatment time, and cuts material cost.
Cone Beam CT Machine
While a two-dimensional image can be helpful in finding some dental problems, a full 3D image can help us find more than what’s just on the surface. When we use a cone-shaped beam on a CT scanner, we can take multiple images of your mouth from every angle.
A cone-beam scan can show us problems early on, as well as show us your specific bone and muscle structure that we otherwise wouldn’t be able to see.
If you would like more information about our advanced dental technology, or if you have any questions about the equipment itself, contact us here or give us a call at 702-655-9533. We can answer questions as well as schedule an appointment in our Las Vegas dental office!