Did you know that digital technology has become an important part of your dental care in our Annapolis office?
From digital x-rays to advanced CAD/CAM technology, we use a range of digital technology for more accurate diagnostics and more predictable outcomes. Experience digital dentistry in Annapolis when you visit with our dental care team. We have invested in the latest technology so that you can enjoy the best possible patient experience.
Less Invasive, Improved Accuracy
We use digital x-rays and digital scanning for dental impressions. This is healthier for patients due to reduced radiation exposure and provides immediate digital images. These images are high-resolution and easier to interpret, offering greater accuracy for evaluating or diagnosing concerns. Digital impressions are far more comfortable and efficient when compared to traditional impression trays filled with a gooey compound that often initiated the gag reflex.
Digital diagnostics can be shared with you as part of a discussion about your dental health needs, concerns, or goals when treatment planning. These images can also be shared with other specialists if needed, often avoiding the need for additional x-rays.
Dental Lasers & Gum Health
Periodontal therapy is enhanced with the use of laser dentistry to treat soft tissue concerns. A dental laser is a handheld device used chairside that can offer pinpoint treatment accuracy with the added benefit of stimulating natural healing. Dental lasers can also be used to release a tongue tie or lip tie and to improve the appearance of a gummy smile.
Treatment with a dental laser is less invasive and more comfortable. Traditional options often involved oral surgical procedures. Laser treatment also causes minimal bleeding and swelling so that you can often return quickly to your normal routine.
If you would like to learn more about the digital technology we use in your dental care, ask us at your next visit. Our team is proud of the high-quality dentistry that we offer in the Annapolis area. We love showing patients what we do and how we do it so that you can develop a greater appreciation for the benefits of good oral health care.