Ken Caryl Dentistry is always pursuing the application of the latest technology and techniques in dentistry so as to offer the best dental care to our patients. We apply the latest scientific knowledge in the field of dentistry for practical purposes and have been changing the way routine procedures and advanced treatments are done.
This includes CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) And Panoramic Radiography), Digital Intraoral Optical Scanner, Dental Soft Tissue Laser (Diode Laser), and Intra-Oral Camera.
What are the latest dental technologies we use at Ken Caryl Dentistry?
- Treatment Entertainment
Ken Caryl Dentistry uses the latest developments in technology to make dental procedures tension-free and easy for our patients by providing entertainment facilities that include Netflix shows and movies using noise-canceling headphones to relax while getting procedures done.
- Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) And Panoramic Radiography
CBCT is an advanced X-ray technology that allows dentists to have detailed, 3-dimensional images of the bone around the teeth, gums, facial bones, nerves, etc., thus enabling the dentists to evaluate the mouth more comprehensively. CBCT provides clear, quality images requiring lower radiation exposure as compared to conventional CT.
- Digital Intraoral Optical Scanner
At Ken Caryl Dentistry, we use intraoral camera technology to take precise and high-quality pictures of problematic areas of the mouth. This fast, accurate, and easy digital impression scanner allows taking images and 3-D geometry of the teeth and the hard-to-reach areas in the mouth, including rear molars and gums.
- Dental Soft Tissue Laser (Diode Laser)
At Ken Caryl Dentistry, we use soft tissue lasers to perform various dental treatments on gums and soft tissues. During the procedure, the energy from a laser beam is used to kill disease-causing bacteria while removing the infected gum tissue.
- Intra-Oral Camera
The intraoral camera used in Ken Caryl Dentistry allows the dentists to view clear, precise images of your mouth, teeth, and gums, thus enabling a better understanding of the diagnosis. This also allows us to educate our patients about their oral conditions by helping them see what the doctor sees via high-quality images.
Using the latest technology and advanced procedures in our dental practice, we make your visit comfortable and efficient. For more information or dental concerns, call us at (303) 973-5280 to schedule your appointment.