Offering superior resolution with less radiation exposure, digital radiography at your Tamarac dentist is an excellent way to help diagnose oral problems. Digital X-rays not only use 90% less radiation than traditional film X-rays but are also much less time-consuming.
Using a small radiographic camera that is only slightly larger than a pen, we capture images of each tooth. This technology eliminates the need for developing or chemical processing of the images. Instead, they appear instantly on a computer screen as each scan is complete. By shifting the angle of the imaging wand only slightly, the dentist can capture every surface of every tooth.Read more about Digital X-ray
An intraoral camera is a small video camera that takes an image of the outside of the gum or tooth. The intraoral camera resembles an oversized pen. While simultaneously viewing a monitor, the dentist inserts the camera into a patient's mouth and gently shifts it about so that images can be taken from a variety of angles.
The intraoral camera is extremely helpful in diagnosing dental conditions such as tooth decay and cracked teeth and in educating the patient. Since the intraoral camera is used in tandem with a computer screen or television monitor, your dentist can easily show you, in real-time, if you have a fractured tooth or need gum disease treatment. A picture is worth a thousand words!
Time-savings that come with the intraoral camera are especially noticeable when your dentist needs to take several images at one time. Intraoral camera images are easy to re-take, print and duplicate. Printouts can be sent to dental insurance companies to strengthen claims. In fact, these images are so useful that some insurance companies now accept images via e-mail; the reduced paper trail cuts down on claim-processing time and is an environmentally friendly option as well.
For more information on the intraoral camera at Woodmont Family Dentistry, call us at 954-720-9570 today!
iTero Dental Impressions
The iTero Dental Impression is a simple scanner that affords clearer and instant images of the teeth. To achieve this, the scanner uses a 3D digital scan and offers patients a convenient and comfortable digital imaging experience.
The many advantages of iTero Dental Impressions include:
● Highly accurate, comfortable and time-saving procedure in terms of dental impressions
● A non-invasive treatment that captures around 100,000 laser points with great accuracy and perfect focus
● Precise dental imaging
● Eliminates the problems of swallowing or gagging excessive impression gel
● Provides an improved, detailed digital map of the mouth, helping in the diagnosis and treatment of dental problems
iTero Dental Impressions is a flexible procedure. This can be used with braces, fillings, implants, dental crowns, and more.
In endodontics, accurate treatment is not only dependent on the skills and knowledge of the dentist but also on clear, detailed visualization of the surgical field. As the outcome of an endodontic treatment is influenced by many factors that are not visible to the naked eye (such as additional root canals or anatomical variations), the high magnification and illumination provided by an endododontic microscope has become indispensable for both diagnosis and therapy. Today, it is widely agreed that the use of dental microscopes can provide significant visualization benefits at all stages of endodontic treatment.
The benefits of utilizing an endodontic microscope include:
- Improved visualization, magnification and illumination of the root and tooth structures
- Improved diagnosis
- Increased precision and predictability in procedures
- Improved manipulation of tissues
- More thorough cleansing of root canal systems
At Woodmont Family Dentistry, we use the latest technology and equipment to ensure your good oral health. Call us at Woodmont Family Dentistry to schedule an appointment.