In order to provide our patients with the best dental care possible, we make it a priority to invest in the latest dental technologies available. Our state-of-the-art equipment allows us to plan for and perform treatments in a comfortable, safer and more efficient manner than past methods. Marietta Dental Professionals offers the following in advanced dental technology:
With the revolutionary light-activated technology of ZOOM Whitening, patients can achieve a white, brilliant smile in just one hour. Our in-office Phillips Zoom Whitening system represents one of the most comfortable, affordable and convenient ways to dramatically enhance your smile.
The KöR bleaching protocol uses a unique combination of in-office treatment and comfortable take-home trays to erase stubborn tooth stains. This system is proven to be one of the most effective professional whitening systems on the market. KöR Whitening is also kind to the teeth and tissues and long lasting. KöR ships its bleaching materials separately so that it can be mixed here in our office for a stronger, purer whitening treatment. The at-home trays are also designed to isolate the teeth from saliva dilution.
Keeping our patients safe and comfortable is important to us. Therefore, we only use modern digital imaging at our East Cobb office. Digital x-rays are not only faster, but they deliver only a fraction of the amount of radiation compared to older “film based” units. Digital imaging also provides immediate viewing of your teeth and gums so that our dentists can make a faster diagnosis.
Intraoral Trios Scanner
With our TRIOS 3Shape® scanner, patients don’t have to endure messy dental impressions before they get a crown, dental implant, bridge or other restoration. This advanced scanning tool benefits both dentist and patient. It provides high-quality digital impressions with optimal patient comfort. CAD/CAM technology is used to interpret the 3D virtual images of your teeth and select the best color and fit for your dental restoration. Results are sent to a lab using secured online communication, which also reduces turnaround time for patient convenience.
Panoramic 3D Cone Beam
The Cone Beam is a highly-advanced imaging tool that delivers clear 3D images of your entire oral structures, including your teeth and the surrounding bone, tissues and nerves. We use the panoramic 3D cone beam to improve a wide variety of dental treatments. While is provides significant benefits in the surgical planning of dental implants, it can also be used in the treatment of gum disease, TMJ, sleep apnea, impacted teeth and more. This panoramic x-ray system is the best of its kind, offering less radiation, faster scanning and more accurate images than ever before.
To learn more about advanced dental technology at Marietta Dental Professionals, please contact our office. We are continually updating our equipment to ensure we are delivering the most superior methods in dentistry to East Cobb families. We look forward to enhancing your dental visit in every way possible.
Isolite Suctioning Device
The Isolite system is a highly-valued isolation method that we use in all types of dental procedures. It involves a special mouthpiece and computer-controlled suctioning device to keep a patient’s mouth comfortably open while giving Dr. Patel total control over the oral environment, including improved visibility and appropriate oral humidity. The Isolite helps patients avoid uncomfortable rubber dams or cotton rolls during procedures and improves patient safety by preventing foreign body aspiration and protecting the tongue and cheek from sharp dental instruments.
Soft-Tissue Dental Laser
We have proudly invested in the Precise® LTM diode laser, a leading product in the dental technology industry. Soft tissue lasers have revolutionized patient care, as they allow patients to avoid more invasive techniques that may require sutures and lengthy recovery time. Lasers can be used in oral surgery, gum treatments and more. Unlike traditional surgical methods, dental lasers cut with a beam of light and effectively seal of nerve endings and blood vessels in the process. This no-touch treatment method minimizes trauma to the soft tissues and provides faster, more accurate and more comfortable care for patients. In addition, healing time is greatly reduced.