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With the E4D Dentist™ system, Our dentists can now obtain clean, fast digital impressions in a few minutes using a laser scanner in your mouth. Then, while you watch we custom-design a crown, veneer, or filling perfectly suited for you based on your condition using the chair side, computer-based design center. From there, the information about the restoration is transferred to our in-office milling unit, where your crown, veneer, or filling is made. Shortly thereafter, it’s permanently secured in your mouth.
CariVu™ Caries Detection
Laser Cavity Scanner
Cavities are actually present and building years before we can detect them with traditional methods. The new laser scanner, however, allows your Midland dentist to find cavities years earlier and treat them while they are still small. If you have a bit of tooth sensitivity in certain places, it may be a cavity lying in wait to be detected. Come see us today and take advantage of the laser scanner technology to detect and eradicate those emerging cavities!
Midland TX dentist, Our Dentists is thrilled to offer his patients digital x-rays in place of the traditional techniques. This new technology means less exposure to radiation, and less wait time for development. We can show you right on the screen what the problems are and help you better understand your diagnosis and treatment.
Cavities are caused by a bacterial infection known as “caries,” which we now know are not only treatable, but preventable. Midland dentist, Our dentists uses the CariFree® program, developed to help patients become cavity free by assessing risks, diagnosing bacterial caries, and treating the infection using preventive techniques. During your visit you will receive a “Caries Risk Assessment” to evaluate your risk for decay. You will then be given instructions and the at-home products needed to keep you and your family cavity free.
Biofilm DNA Testing
If you suffer from periodontal disease, bad breath, or another oral infection, a biofilm DNA test will accurately determine the extent of the infection and will be an invaluable guide for successful treatment.