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Advanced Dental Services & Technology – Lake Zurich, IL

Using the Latest Technology to the Fullest

You deserve a dental treatment that is as fast, convenient, precise, and comfortable as possible. To meet that goal, we’ve made sure that Grand Dental – Lake Zurich is stocked with the latest dental technology, including intraoral cameras and a digital X-ray system that makes it easier to identify even the smallest dental issues. Read on to learn more about the gadgets we use.

Intraoral Camera

Dentist using intraoral camera to capture images of a patient's smile

An intraoral camera is shaped like a wand and is attached to a display monitor. It lets us closely examine the various nooks and crannies in your mouth in real-time so that we have a solid grasp of what’s going on. We can also show you the problematic areas so that you understand our recommendations.

Digital X-Rays

Digital dental x-rays on tablet computer

Taking X-rays used to mean exposing patients to high amounts of radiation and working in a darkroom filled with toxic chemicals. Digital X-rays dramatically reduce radiation, and the images can immediately be displayed on a monitor – and in far clearer detail that lets us examine your mouth more closely than before!

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

Patient receiving C T cone beam x-ray scans

Instead of just taking a picture of the front of your teeth, a CT/Cone Beam Scanner captures multiple images of your mouth from various angles. The images are combined into a 3D model that shows your teeth, oral tissues, nerve pathways, and bone – all the details we need for planning dental implant surgery and other procedures.

Soft Tissue Laser Dentistry

Soft tissue laser dentistry

When a treatment involves the gums in any way, we often employ a soft tissue laser. This technology allows us to gently etch away infected or unneeded gum tissue without a scalpel or other metal instruments. Using a laser for these treatments virtually eliminates bleeding because the blood vessels are cauterized immediately.

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