Dental X-Rays are an important tool in any dentist’s toolkit. Baer Dental is committed to providing patients with the safest and most effective treatment options, we have advanced digital x-ray technology in our office.
A digital x-ray is unique in that it provides several advanced imaging options that enable clearer dental photos with less radiation in less time than traditional x-ray technology.
If you have trouble gagging, we even have a way to image the teeth without putting a digital sensor in your mouth! It is amazing and works great for little kids.
Cone Beam Computed Topography (CBCT) scans are the latest in digital imaging technology available to dental patients. We use the CBCT scan to get a 3D view of your upper teeth, lower teeth, and jawbones. This three dimensional view is superior to traditional 2D radiography like bitewings or panoramic radiographs when evaluating teeth and jaws for surgery.
Creating dental crowns used to require a lot of work. Thanks to digital scanning technology available at Baer Dental, we are able to map and fabricate crowns without the discomfort associated with taking a traditional dental impression. A quick and easy technique, true definition dental imaging is great if you’ve had trouble in the past with a gag reflex or discomfort from taking dental impressions. You will be amazed with the ease of this technology. Once your teeth are digitized we can send the digital file to our lab, where fabrication begins. This method of crown fabrication for dental restoration makes less waste for the environment because we don’t use bitewing trays or casting materials. It is also more comfortable for you because you aren’t stuck with that gooey impression gel. Just ask us for more details about this technology!
Baer Dental’s use of dental lasers enables us to provide a wide range of state-of-the-art treatments including laser gum therapy for gum disease to laser gum tissue removal for aesthetic purposes. This laser is an extremely precise tool with the capacity to cut one layer of cells at a time while controlling bleeding. This results in less discomfort post-procedure, and for some procedures, treatment outcomes have improved just by using the laser. Ask us for more details about this powerful technology.