Advanced Dental Technology – Bonita Springs, FL
The Best That Modern Dentistry Has to Offer
We got our start in 2006 as an all-digital practice, and our commitment to advanced technology has only gotten stronger over time. Today, we're able to perform exams with small, powerful cameras, offer digital impressions, and use many other advanced tools to help your experience be as efficient and comfortable as possible! We are constantly updating our office so we can consistently provide better and better care as the years go by. With us, you can trust that you’re always benefitting from the latest breakthroughs in the dental field.
Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences
- State-of-the-Art Infection Control
- Low-Radiation Digital X-Rays
- Efficient Digital Impressions
Our intraoral camera enables our team to take high-resolution photos of your teeth and gums as part of your normal checkups. These images can then be displayed on a large monitor right in the treatment room, making it easy for our team to spot any potential issues as early as possible. Our camera also enables you to see your mouth from the same perspective as your dentist, ensuring your appointments are always transparent and easy to understand.
Trios® Digital Impression System
Before placing a crown, veneer, or denture into a patient’s mouth, we need to take a bite impression so we can make sure the restoration fits comfortably and looks natural. Instead of having a patient bite into a mold filled with odd-tasting putty, we can now simply scan the teeth to create an excellent digital impression in a matter of minutes. Although, sometimes a traditional impression is necessary and we're well-equipped to handle this reliable method as well.
Dental X-rays have long worried patients due to the radiation they emit, and we completely understand. After all, our team is around them all day, every day! Thankfully, we've been committed to offering fully digital X-rays since the day the practice first opened its doors. In addition to being sharper and taking less time to develop than film, this technology also emits 90% LESS radiation. We can even show a patient their own X-rays seconds after taking them, allowing them to gain a better understanding of their oral health and dental needs.