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Advanced Dental Technologies

We provide the highest standard of care through the use of advanced dental technologies such as dental lasers, digital bite registration, and jaw tracker. 


The following is an overview of some of the best technologies we utilize in our office. Read below for more detailed information. 

Detailed Information

Our doctors have advanced training in utilizing state-of-the-art dental technologies. The following is a more detailed overview of these technologies. Don't hesitate to ask our doctors or staff about their use. 

CBCT Scanner

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) is a sophisticated imaging technique that improves diagnosis, treatment planning, and patient outcomes.

  • Enhanced Imaging Quality: CBCT provides high-resolution 3D images of the oral and maxillofacial region, surpassing the limitations of conventional 2D radiography. With CBCT, we can visualize intricate anatomical structures, including bone, nerves, and tooth roots, with clarity and detail. This comprehensive view facilitates accurate diagnosis of conditions such as dental caries, periodontal disease, impacted teeth, and temporomandibular joint disorders.

  • Precise Treatment Planning: The detailed anatomical information obtained through CBCT imaging enables precise treatment planning for various dental procedures. We can assess bone density and morphology, evaluate root canal anatomy, and determine optimal implant placement sites with unprecedented accuracy. Additionally, CBCT aids in identifying potential complications and formulating customized treatment strategies tailored to individual patient needs, leading to more predictable outcomes and reduced risk of post-operative complications.

  • Minimized Radiation Exposure: While traditional CT scans emit higher doses of radiation, CBCT employs a cone-shaped X-ray beam, resulting in lower radiation exposure for patients. By utilizing specialized algorithms and imaging protocols, CBCT systems optimize image quality while minimizing radiation dosage, making it a safer alternative for routine diagnostic imaging in dentistry. This reduced radiation exposure is particularly advantageous for pediatric patients and individuals requiring multiple imaging studies over time. 

TENS and K7 Jaw Tracking

K7 Jaw Tracking is a state-of-the-art technology designed to precisely measure and analyze jaw movement. It utilizes sophisticated sensors and software to track the jaw's motion in real-time. By capturing detailed information about jaw function, K7 enables a deeper understanding of TMD and facilitates tailored treatment plans.

Benefits of K7 Jaw Tracking for TMD Patients:

  • Accurate Diagnosis: Traditional diagnostic methods for TMD often rely on subjective assessments and limited imaging techniques. K7 Jaw Tracking revolutionizes this process by offering objective measurements of jaw movement. Clinicians can pinpoint abnormalities and assess the severity of TMD with precision, leading to more accurate diagnosis and targeted treatment strategies.

  • Customized Treatment Plans: Every TMD patient is unique, and their treatment should reflect this individuality. K7 Jaw Tracking provides invaluable insights into each patient's jaw mechanics, allowing clinicians to tailor treatment plans accordingly.

  • Real-Time Feedback: During jaw movement analysis, K7 Jaw Tracking provides real-time feedback to both clinicians and patients. This immediate data visualization enhances communication and empowers patients to actively participate in their treatment journey. By visualizing their jaw's function, patients gain a better understanding of their condition and the rationale behind recommended therapies.

  • Treatment Monitoring: TMD treatment is often a journey, requiring regular monitoring and adjustments. K7 Jaw Tracking facilitates ongoing evaluation of treatment progress. Clinicians can track changes in jaw function over time, making necessary modifications to treatment plans for continuous improvement. This dynamic approach ensures that patients receive personalized care at every stage of their recovery.

Tekscan Pressure Mapping Sensor

Tekscan is a state-of-the-art system designed to provide precise and objective measurements of occlusal forces and timing. Using ultra-thin sensors and advanced software, Tekscan captures real-time data about a patient's bite force distribution, contact patterns, and occlusal dynamics. This comprehensive information enables Dr. Rahman to assess occlusal stability, identify discrepancies, and tailor treatment plans with unprecedented accuracy. 

Benefits of Tekscan:

  1. Objective Data: Tekscan provides objective, quantifiable data about occlusal function, eliminating subjectivity and guesswork in treatment planning.

  2. Precision: With its high-resolution sensors and advanced software, Tekscan offers unparalleled precision in occlusal analysis down to 60 microns.

  3. Enhanced Patient Care: By optimizing occlusal function and stability, Tekscan enhances patient comfort, reduces the risk of complications, and improves treatment outcomes.

Fotona Lightwalker Laser

Laser dentistry is a paradigm shift that offers precision, versatility, and patient comfort unmatched by traditional techniques. Fotona Lightwalker AT laser is an indispensable part of our daily services. Learn more about the use of laser technology on the "Laser Dentistry" page. 

AI Cavity Detection

We are proud to use digital X-rays, intraoral scanners, intraoral cameras, and AI cavity detection in our offices. These technological advancements have revolutionized dental diagnostics and patient care.

Digital X-rays offer immediate imaging with significantly reduced radiation exposure compared to traditional methods, enhancing patient safety while providing clearer, more detailed images for precise diagnosis.

Intraoral scanners eliminate the discomfort of traditional impressions, offering patients a more comfortable experience while delivering highly accurate digital impressions for restorative procedures.

Additionally, AI-detected cavity detection algorithms analyze images with unparalleled efficiency, assisting dentists in identifying cavities at their earliest stages. This early detection enables proactive intervention, preventing the progression of decay and preserving more of the natural tooth structure. Together, these technologies streamline diagnostic processes, improve treatment outcomes, and ultimately contribute to better oral health for patients.

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