Whether you’re coming for a routine checkup or complete restorative care, you’ll get to experience some of dentistry’s state-of-the-art technology. We’ve equipped our practice with devices that make diagnosis much faster and easier, which means that your experience is that much more enjoyable. To learn more about the technology we use at Encore Dentistry, take a look at the descriptions below, and let us know if you have any questions about our modern office.
Although the traditional handheld mirror can help Dr. Cabansag glimpse areas hidden from plain view, some places in the mouth are challenging to see clearly. That’s why we use intraoral cameras. Not only can we capture real time images of your teeth for more accurate diagnosis, but we can also show you exactly where the issue is and educate you to make more confident decisions for your oral health.
Before digital technology, traditional X-rays had to be developed with harsh chemicals over time, leading to longer appointments and delayed diagnosis. Luckily, we use digital X-rays, which are available for Dr. Cabansag’s review almost immediately. Plus, if we need to share these X-rays with another dental professional, the process is much easier with digital files. Perhaps most important, these X-rays are much better for the environment and involve significantly less radiation.
If you’re wanting a noticeably brighter smile that’s free of frustrating stains and discoloration, Encore Dentistry offers the ideal technology for a true transformation. With the combination of professional whitening gel and a state-of-the-art light, we’re able to lighten tooth enamel by several shades over the course of a single appointment. This modern approach is much faster and more noticeable than over-the-counter whitening products while also offering patients the comfortable safety of a trusted dental team’s support throughout the treatment.
If you’ve ever had a dental crown or an oral appliance made for you in the past, then you’ve likely experienced traditional impressions. A messy, putty-like material is put in a mold, and the mold is held over the teeth until the material has had enough time to set. This process can be unpleasant for patients to say the least and can often end with inaccurate data. Instead, we use a digital impression system, which scans your mouth, provides precise measurements, and ensures a perfect fit.