Dental Technology in Las Vegas

Digital dentistry refers to a wide range of technologies and gadgets launched in recent decades that include digital or computer-controlled components instead of mechanical or electrical devices alone. CAD/CAM, including computer-assisted design and computer-assisted manufacture, cone beam CT, digital X-rays, intra-oral cameras, dental lasers, and optical scanners, are some of the digital technologies that may be employed in the dental office.

On the very basic level, our dental technology services include: 

  • Cone Beam 3D Imaging
  • Digital X-Rays
  • Laser Dentistry

Cone Beam 3D Imaging

Cone Beam 3D Imaging is a new form of x-ray technology used in dentistry that takes high-quality, detailed images of the mouth. It has become popular due to its ability to provide more information than regular x-rays and its potential benefits for treating jaw tumors and TMJ. With 3D Cone Beam Imaging, dentists can see clear three-dimensional images of your teeth, bones, and soft tissue. The scan is non-invasive and requires little to no special preparation. This technology helps diagnose medical conditions and plan dental procedures like tooth extractions and dental implants.


Digital X-Ray

Digital X-Rays in dentistry are a type of imaging technology that uses digital sensors to replace traditional photographic X-ray film. The digital sensors, which are connected to a computer, capture the image of your teeth and send it directly to the computer for immediate viewing and analysis. The process is much faster than traditional X-rays and requires less radiation exposure for the patient. Additionally, digital radiography is more comfortable for the patient as it involves inserting a thin sensor into the mouth rather than the traditional X-ray films.


Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry is a branch that uses lasers to treat various dental conditions. It is more comfortable, effective, and affordable than other dental treatments and has no drilling. Laser dentistry can be done without anesthesia, resulting in minimal to zero bleeding. It offers a more comfortable treatment option for several dental procedures involving hard or soft tissue compared to drills and other non-laser tools. Dentists use lasers in various procedures involving the mouth’s inside to remove overgrown tissue, reshape the gums, or whiten teeth. Laser dentistry is a minimally invasive treatment for gum, mouth, and tooth problems. It is less likely to require anesthesia than traditional surgery and is less likely to cause pain and discomfort.