You are a stickler for quality and think you deserve the highest level of care. That is why we are so particular with the details of your treatment: our goal is your optimal dental health.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words and we want to show you why. One of the ways we do this is through the use of a high-tech tool, the intra-oral camera. This amazing device is a miniature video camera that displays a close-up picture of the inside of your mouth. Our dentist and dental hygienists display the images on a large screen so you can see what work needs to be done and which teeth are doing fine. We want you to participate in each dental decision. You’ll love how this works!
New digital x-ray technology uses up to 80% less radiation than older x-rays! This means we can expose our patients to less radiation while using less energy. In addition, our modern digital x-ray system uses reusable sensor plates instead of film; that means no harsh, toxic chemicals for the developing process and no disposable plastic wrappers that contain lead.
Crowns, also known as caps, cover a tooth to restore it to its normal shape and appearance. Due to their cost, they are used in cases Our office uses a secure and encrypted computer system to safely store our patient charts. We can view the patient’s chart anywhere in the office over our secure computer system. This makes us more efficient and also helps our environment by saving around 10,000 sheets of paper annually.
You would be surprised by the number of different products we use to treat you and your family. We believe resources are valuable, so instead of putting everything in the trash, we take the extra time to recycle items such as paper, plastic, glass, and aluminum.
Whenever possible, our office uses bactericidal hand cleansers to cut down on water consumption. Sterilization of dental instruments can often involve harsh chemicals so instead, we use a steam-based sterilization technique with no toxic chemicals.
Silver amalgam fillings contain mercury, which can be hazardous to the environment. When our dentist replaces old silver amalgam fillings, the harmful debris is captured in special traps to keep them out of the public water.
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