State of the Art Dental Technology

At Cottonwood Creek Dental, we have the knowledge and skill to make your dental experience as comforable and successful as possible. We do that with the help of some state-of-the-art technology.

DIAGNOdent

DIAGNOdent If you cannot detect the disease, how can you treat it? 
Dentists often experience anxiety when attempting to diagnose the phenomenon known as hidden caries. A suspicious-looking tooth presents a treatment dilemma for dentists. Should the tooth be opened up? What if no caries is found? Should the tooth just be watched, or does that give caries more time to destroy the tooth's surface?

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High Tech Digital X-Ray’s       

We’ve equipped our practice with Computer Digital Dental Radiography, the latest advancement in dental x-ray technology. The system is a digital replacement of the

conventional x-ray system that was previously used in the diagnosis of dental problems.

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High Tech Lasers for Treating Periodontal Disease

Research suggests that the use of high tech lasers as an adjunct to scaling and root planning (SRP) may improve the effectiveness of curing Periodontal Disease. In addition, when the lasers are used properly during periodontal therapy there can be less bleeding, swelling and discomfort to the patient during surgery.

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Intraoral Camera

The intraoral camera, used by many cosmetic dentists like ourselves, is an excellent instrument for examining cases of dental disease and cracks in teeth. This device is light years ahead of previous dental instrument that were used to examine these conditions and it offers a much higher level of diagnostic accuracy.

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The Cavitron Ultrasonic Cleaner

CavitronThe Cavitron ultrasonic cleaner is a state-of-the-art instrument for removing tartar from both above and below the gum line. Instead of cleaning your teeth with the bulky and sharp metal hand tools, the Cavitron ultrasonic cleaner has a blunt tip and uses oscillating sound waves to gently vibrate the tartar away from your teeth.

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