Technologies at Our Dental Clinic
The technology we use at Demmings Dental Group aids in treatment planning and ensures that your dental appointments run smoothly. We can show you any problems in your mouth and walk you through your treatment plan because we can display digital X-rays and scans on the monitors in our treatment rooms.
Our goal is to provide patients with dental care while also ensuring that they are fully informed about their oral health. This is made possible by dental technology.
iTero 3D Scanner
The iTero® intraoral scanner takes 3D impressions of your bite. Allowing us to plan your dental treatment in real-time, store data digitally, and create Invisalign aligners.
Our dentists can create and place porcelain crowns, inlays and onlays in a single dental appointment using CEREC®. No impressions or temporaries required.
Instead of traditional photographic X-ray film, digital X-rays use digital sensors. They generate detailed computer images of teeth and gums, as well as other oral structures and conditions, allowing your dentist to examine parts of your mouth that are not visible to the naked eye.
Panoramic X-rays give your dentist the ability to create a single image of your entire mouth. This is a flat representation of the teeth, upper and lower jaws, temporomandibular joints (TMJ), nasal and sinus structures, and so on. Panoramic x-rays are frequently used to aid in the planning of treatments for dentures, braces, extractions, and implants.
Cone Beam Cat Scan
Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) is a type of X-ray machine that produces three-dimensional images of dental structures, soft tissues, nerve paths, and bone in the craniofacial region in a single scan. CBCT images allow for more precise treatment planning, such as analyzing your airway for snoring and sleep apnea treatment.
Intraoral scanners generate digital dental impressions, which are a better alternative to messy and time-consuming traditional dental impressions. Usually, within minutes, your dentist will take a digital image of your teeth using an optical scanning wand. This device allows your dentist to collect precise data to create digital replicas of your mouth's hard and soft tissues.