Advanced Dental Technology in Arvada
Dental technology is constantly advancing and changing, and this is great news for patients. Using the latest tools, the team at Sage Dental Care is able to find, diagnose, and treat dental problems in less time while keeping our patients more comfortable. Dr. Batliner and the rest of our staff work hard to always keep our facility up to date so we can consistently provide the highest-quality care. If you’re ready to experience truly modern-day dentistry, be sure to give us a call today.
This handy device gives our patients the chance to finally see their smile from their dentist’s perspective. It is a small, pen-sized instrument that is tipped with a high-resolution camera, and it can be easily maneuvered through the mouth to capture detailed images of the teeth and gums. These can then be instantly displayed on a nearby monitor.
These images not only make it much easier for our team to spot dental issues as early as possible, but they will also give you a whole new perspective on your smile. You’ll gain a much deeper understanding of your dental health, and it will be much easier for us to explain why you might need a certain treatment. With this camera, we can finally take some of the mystery out of your dental care.
X-rays are used by dentists around the world to help them find dental problems before they are even visible to the naked eye, and in order to make this tool faster and safer than ever, we’ve gone fully digital. With digital X-rays, we can create crystal-clear images in a matter of seconds while also exposing our patients to 80% LESS radiation compared to traditional, film-based X-rays. Even better, we can display these X-rays on a nearby monitor so you can go over and easily understand them with Dr. Batliner.
Cone Beam CT Scanner
When we need a little more information about a patient’s dental anatomy than what a traditional X-ray can tell us, that’s when we like to use our cone beam CT scanner. With it, we can create a fully 3D X-ray image of the teeth, jaw, skull, and surrounding soft tissues. This kind of image gives us a much deeper understanding of a patient’s situation, plus it enables us to create extremely precise treatment plans for procedures like dental implant placement.
Laser Assisted Cavity Detection
Finding and treating tooth decay at its earliest stages is one of the most important things we do here at Sage Dental Care, and now with our laser cavity detection system, this task is easier than ever. With it, we can find even the smallest signs of decay that would normally be overlooked by a traditional exam. With this information, we can quickly intervene and conservatively treat a tooth to stop a cavity before it even begins.