At Universal Dental we offer a state of the art facility with cutting edge technology in 3D Cone beam CT SCAN xrays, high magnification microscopes for advanced root canal treatments , dental 3d priinters for same day dentures and night guards, digital intra oral scanner, advanced digital CAD/CAM for same day crowns and veneers and the ability to offer clear orthodontic aligners through IO scans.
To help ensure we get the complete picture of your smile, our dentist and team use digital X-rays. This technology allows our team to capture images of your teeth and develop an individualized treatment plan.
Digital X-rays are one of the advanced diagnostic tools we use to provide you with the best possible care. Digital radiography has changed how we take dental X-rays by making the process faster, more comfortable, and more convenient than ever before. Digital X-rays use a digital sensor to take images of your teeth, unlike traditional X-rays that use film. Digital X-rays use significantly less radiation than conventional film X-rays and require the use of no chemicals for developing the images. Our dentist can then instantly view the high-quality images on monitors right in the treatment room to provide you with efficient, accurate diagnoses and care.
Our team can use digital radiography to identify and diagnose several types of dental problems, such as:
To learn more about digital radiography and how we use X-rays at our office, we welcome you to call or visit us soon.
The iTero Element™ intraoral scanner propels today’s dental practice into the future by enhancing the patient experience and elevating clinical precision. Its parallel confocal imaging technology uses optical and laser scanning to achieve accurate scans in color. iTero Element empowers practices in both orthodontic and restorative dentistry with its innovative technology.
With over 66.4 million orthodontic and 14 million restorative scans worldwide, iTero scanners have a proven track record of success. iTero Element scans are engineered to work with the Invisalign® System, the exclusive Invisalign® Outcome Simulator and Progress Assessment tool.
An intraoral scanner is a handheld device that directly creates digital impression data of the oral cavity. Light source from the scanner is projected onto the scan objects, such as full dental arches, and then a 3D model processed by the scanning software will be displayed in real-time on a touch screen. The device provides accurate details of the complex and soft tissues in the oral area through high-quality images. It is becoming a more popular choice for clinics and dentists due to short lab turnaround times and excellent 3D image outputs.
A dental microscope is an essential tool for better visualization by magnifying objects. In dentistry, microscopes enhance precision, enhancing the quality of the dentists' work but also helping ensure the patient's long-term dental health. For dentists, some primary goals include micro-invasive surgeries, minimizing risks, and reducing the overall healing time.
Laser dentistry is a minimally invasive and painless alternative to dental surgery. Laser therapy is often used to remove inflamed gum tissues, decontaminate periodontal pockets, and treat gum disease. Laser therapy is also used to relieve the pain associated with cold and canker sores and is a quicker alternative to teeth whitening.
When compared to traditional surgery, laser dentistry has a lot of benefits! The most important is that it’s less painful. With laser therapy, patients may not require anesthesia and are less likely to require sutures (stitches) – so you’ll recover from your treatment faster. In addition, the laser sterilizes the tissue it touches, so infection is less likely to occur than in traditional surgery.
Same-day crowns are milled in our office, meaning the entire procedure can be completed in a single appointment. Instead of using a dental lab for fabrication, same-day dental crowns are fabricated using a CAD/CAM machine. This machine uses information from digital images to fabricate a customized dental crown. It can also be used to fabricate indirect fillings and veneers as well.
Advancements in modern oral health technology have drastically improved dental treatment in recent years. One such technology – the E4D CAD/CAM system – allows patients to receive custom created crowns in just one dental visit. E4D is an in-office system that uses sophisticated software and a chairside computer to design, modify and render dental restorations with extreme precision. E4D CAD/CAM technology streamlines the experience into a single visit without sacrificing the quality or aesthetics of your restoration.
Cone Beam CT Imaging
Cone Beam CT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) is a dental device that uses X-rays and computer aid to create 3-D images of tooth tissue, soft tissue, neural tube, and jawbone.
Universal Dental clinic’s room is equipped with the quality Cone Beam CT system of one of the most reputable and popular dental equipment manufacturers worldwide.
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