Our Technology

For your comfort and optimum health outcomes we use leading edge technology for diagnosing and treating conditions related to your oral health.

 

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)

Our cone beam CT captures low-dose, high-quality digital CT images for dental medicine. This state-of-the-art process delivers high-quality panoramic, paranasal sinus, temporal bone, or dental images that just aren't possible with traditional CT.

Our CBCT delivers a superb level of detail that’s ideal for a range of dental clinical applications, including dental implants. We are always mindful of your health and comfort. This technology delivers high-quality 3D images targeted to the area of concern at the same or lower dose than a traditional panoramic exam.

 

 

Special Techniques & Equipment

We strive to stay on the leading edge of periodontal techniques and equipment. We refresh our knowledge with continuing education all the time. We also utilize advanced equipment in our office. This includes:

  • Advanced Dental Implant Placement

    • Advances in dental implant technology and bone regeneration allow trained periodontists to place dental implants anchoring dentures and partials immediately. Single tooth implants can also be restored immediately in a number of cases. Drs. McGraw and Doctor are trained and qualified to perform these procedures.

       

  • Low Radiation Digital X-Rays

    • Digital X-Rays are taken with very low radiation . They are also more convenient when planning treatment with your general dentist.

       

  • Magnifier Loops with Fiber Optic Lights

    • Dental Magnifier Loops are made to view your teeth and gum tissue in minute detail during periodontal procedures. Our Doctors and hygienists use periodontal loops in all procedures to ensure more precise treatment.

       

  • Panoramic Radiography

    • Panoramic Radiography (Panorex) is an advanced full-mouth x-ray that allows a full "panoramic" view of your teeth and surrounding skeletal structures. This type of x-ray is often necessary in the diagnosis of dental implant placement and comprehensive periodontal therapy.

       

  • CBCT scan

     

    Panoramic Radiology