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Laser and Imaging Technology: Discover the Amazing Advancements!
These technologies are transforming dental care and are so beneficial for our patients.
SIROLaser Advance+: Super Powered Laser Therapy
Discover the Power of SIROLaser Advance+ for Advanced Dental Treatments
Soft Tissue Lasers have sterilizing effects, eliminating bacteria, viruses, and fungi to reduce infections. They also seal nerve endings, reducing post-operative pain. Patients appreciate these benefits and are increasingly asking for dental laser treatments.
Soft tissue lasers benefits
- Crown Lengthening: Removing excess gum tissue to expose more of the tooth.
- Removing Abscesses without anesthesia.
- Cold Sore and Mouth Ulcer Treatment: Speeding up healing and reducing pain.
- Gum recontouring: reshaping gums more comfortably.
- Frenum Reduction: Adjusting tissue folds that restrict mouth movement.
LBR (Laser Bacterial Removal)
LBR is a procedure that uses laser heat to remove bacteria causing gingivitis. When it is used during a dental cleaning, it reduces swelling and bleeding in the mouth tissue.
LAPT (Laser Assisted Periodontal Treatment)
LAPT is used for advanced periodontal disease. It involves using high-level laser heat to remove dead tissues, stimulate bone growth, and reduce gum recession.
One of the remarkable advantages of SIROLaser Advance+ is its ability to accelerate healing and improve recovery time. The laser energy stimulates the body’s natural healing processes, helping tissues regenerate faster and reducing post-treatment discomfort.
Axeos Imaging Solutions: Picture Perfect Dental Experience
CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Technology) is a revolutionary dental imaging technology that provides detailed 3D images for improved diagnosis and treatment planning.
CBCT provides detailed information about tooth structure, nerve pathways, soft tissues, and bone health, aiding in precise treatment planning and reducing invasive procedures.
CBCT scans are usually recommended by your doctor in situations where more diagnostic information is needed than a standard dental x-ray can provide. It enables them to visualize your bone structure, tooth position, soft tissues, and nerve pathways in detail.
Because of the level of detail provided, CBCT scans have several clinical applications, including: TMJ and skeletal evaluation, dental implant planning, airway examination, assessment of abnormal teeth, measurement of dental tumors, and more.
To capture the CBCT scan, the scanning arm rotates around the patient’s head and captures several exposures that are reconstructed into a single 3-D image. The process typically takes a minute or less to complete.
Once completed, the images are processed and analyzed, and your doctor will use the information gained to plan the best course of care for you.
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