Importance of Technology

What equipment does your dentist use to look after you?

New technological advancements in dentistry are making trips to the dentist quicker, easier and more reliable. Dentists who have advanced tools and equipment are able to provide multiple options for treatments and possible outcomes for their patients.

Dentist and patients alike benefit from the advances. Dentists can give more comprehensive assessments and provide accurate treatments. Patients can have procedures performed in a timely manner, the procedures are less painful and more treatment options are available. It’s a win-win situation that’s why we invest in the latest technology.
The Technology We Work With
Investing in technology and innovation to improve treatment and patient comfort is our priority. These investments enable you to book fewer appointments, get precise treatments and spend less time during appointments.


A dental microscope is an important tool that allows for better visualization through magnification of objects. In dentistry, microscopes enhance precision which not only enhances the quality of the dentists’ work, but also helps ensure long-term dental health of the patient.


The CBCT systems used by dental professionals rotate around the patient, capturing data using a cone-shaped X-ray beam. These data are used to reconstruct a 3D image of the teeth, mouth, jaw, neck, ears, nose, and throat. It eliminates guesswork in the process and effectively gives us a more detailed road map for a proper treatment plan.


As an advanced technology, laser dentistry offers precision and efficiency while providing a safe alternative to surgical incisions for faster healing. Laser dentistry is less invasive and has become a staple in modern clinics.


There are many advantages of air abrasion compared to the traditional drilling method.
  • Generates no heat, sound, pressure, or vibration
  • Reduces the need for anaesthetic, particularly if the cavity is shallow
  • Leaves much more of the healthy tooth tissue behind and the working area relatively dry, which is an advantage during the placement of composite fillings
  • Reduces the risk of microfracturing and chipping of the tooth, which some experts believe can lead to premature restorative failures
  • Allows the dentist to treat multiple sites in the mouth during a single visit.


An intraoral scanner is a handheld device used to directly create digital impression data of the oral cavity. It provides accurate details of the hard and soft tissues located in the oral area through excellent, high-quality 3D images. Digital scan reduces patient discomfort because they don't have to endure the discomfort of traditional impressions, such as unpleasant impression trays and even gag reflex.
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