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Technology in Our Practice


Technology in Our Practice

 Dentistry has changed more within the last ten years, than it has in the last 100 years. As each year passes, advanced technology and newer materials is taking dentistry to the next century. Dr. Green keeps himself updated with all current technology and modern materials to provide the best possible treatment for his patients.

Cerec – CAD/CAM: A revolutionary computer-run system that can make a crown, onlay, inlay or veneer, while you wait. What does this mean? It means, one visit appointments – no more temporaries, no more emergency visits because your temporary fell out, and no more secondary visits for cementation of the final restoration…we know that you and/or your boss will love this new technology! For more information, please make an appointment for a consultation, or you can visit

Digital Radiography:  A new system of taking X-rays reduces radition by as much as 80 percent.

Intraoral Camera: An intraoral camera is essential as a diagnostic and educational tool. As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, and this tiny device is a video camera that moves around inside the mouth and generates a tooth by tooth video exam of the teeth. The images can be stored, shown on our television screens, and/or later enlarged and printed. As it is nearly impossible to see inside your own mouth effectively, intraoral cameras provide a previously unseen view. The pen-sized camera features a disposable cover to prevent contamination and is completely painless to use!. With the images produced by the intraoral camera, patients can see each of their teeth and we can pinpoint problems such as broken teeth, plaque, decay, gum disease, defective fillings, and so on. Using an intraoral camera allows Dr. Green to better inform his patients of their dental needs by showing them what he sees and then explaining the implications. Since the intraoral camera generates images that are stored, enlarged, and analyzed, often dental problems are caught in the early stages and sometimes even problems that dentists might otherwise miss with a visual examination are discovered. Once treatment options are discussed and agreed upon, intraoral cameras can be used to effectively track treatment progress. For more information, please make an appointment for a consultation today.