Our State of the Art Equipment




E4D In Office Crown Technology

E4D crown technology lets us have your crown ready within hours. We start with the prep, then we use the software to design the crowns, and then we use our state-of-the-art mill to mill the crowns into their correct shape.
After the mill is finished, one of our dental assistants will paint the crown to match your teeth, and finally it is cooked in our oven at over 800 degrees celcius to harden the porcelain and the paint. 

BIOLASE WaterLase laser

BIOLASE waterlase offers a minimally invasive, highly precise, and exceptionally gentle dental experience.

This laser is a soft tissue, hard tissue AND bone laser. With this laser we are able to do some dental procedures with out any anesthetic at all! 

The WaterLase is extremely versatile.
It can be used for a wide range of hard and soft tissue procedures. From decay removal, cavity preparation, root canals, smile design, gum and bone surgical procedures, and many others. 


ACTEON IntraOral Camera 

In dentistry, numerous daily activities require magnification glasses or a microscope together with a mirror to observe the areas requiring treatment. The Sopro 717 First allows you to go beyond the limits of human vision while casting off bulky accesories. This is Macrovision.
As a result, you can create a photographic record of a cavity preporation, document the surface state, have patients see their decay and old leaky fillings, and aquire images of microfissures and cervical lesions.  - All taking advantage of the exceptional image quality of the Sopro 717 First

DEXIS CariVu Caries Detector 

By hugging the tooth and bathing it in SAFE, near- infrared light, CariVu's transillumintation technology makes the enamel appear transparent while porous lesions (cavities) trap and absorb the light. This unique caries detector allows the clinician to see through the tooth exposing its structure and the actual structure of any carious lesions with very high accuracy.  
Similar in appearance, DEXIS CariVu images read like familiar X-ray images - lesions will appear as dark areas. This provides an edge over flourescent imaging technologies in that there is no need to clean the tooth of bacteria, calibrate the device or become versed in the meaning of multiple color codes or numeric indicators. So what this really means is, that we can find out if you have cavities with OUT using radiation! Pregnant ladies, this is for you :)


Orthopantomograph OP300 ( 3D X-ray ) 

This advanced 3D X-ray machine can do both the old fashioned PAN X-rays but also has the new technology of the 3D X-ray.
Often using the regular X-ray technology we miss cracks and absesses because it is 2D image of a 3 dimentional object.
With this 3D X-ray, we can see every sinlge part of the tooth using state of the art software. Not only is this machine good for seeing all sides of a tooth and jaw bone, we use it to map out implant placement sites. Our dentists can see where the sinus is, in relation to an implant or a root, and can also map out the nerves on the lower tooth arch to make sure there is enough room for an implant. Another very important thing this 3D X-ray machine shows is how much bone a person has in a specific area, and if there is enough densitiy to hold an implant.