Advanced Dental Services & Technology – Conroe, TX
Faithful Service & New Tech
The quality of dental care is being influenced more and more by technology, which is why the team at Conroe Advanced Dentistry is committed to staying on top of the latest breakthroughs. Here, you’ll benefit from state-of-the-art instruments that allow us to deliver fast, efficient, and precise dentistry that helps you save time and avoid problems. Read on below to learn a little more about some of them.
Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences
- Fast, Low-Radiation Digital X-Rays
- Diagnostics with 3D Cone Beam Imaging
Our intraoral camera is a small wand that fits comfortably into the mouth to capture close-up images of the teeth and gums. These can then be displayed on a nearby monitor, making it easier for our team to perform exams and spot the early signs of potential problems. We’ll go over these images with you so that you and your dentist are always on the same page concerning your dental health.
Compared to old film X-rays, digital X-rays are better in every way you can imagine. They show much more detail, only take seconds to develop, and the process exposes patients to 80-90% less radiation. And, it’s easy to store the images and reference them over time, allowing us to see slow, gradual changes in your smile that we might otherwise miss.
Our 3D cone beam scanner enables us to create a highly-detailed model of the teeth, bite, and jawbones. We use it when first examining a new patient so we can get a complete picture of their oral health, plus it also helps us plan for more advanced procedures, like dental implant placement. It offers much more information compared to a regular X-ray, allowing us to better personalize our care to each person’s dental anatomy.
Soft Tissue Laser Dentistry
While using a laser to perform your dental care might sound like science-fiction, it’s an everyday reality here at Conroe Advanced Dentistry! This small instrument emits a concentrated beam of light we can use to eliminate gum disease bacteria as well as remove infected tissue. The process is virtually painless, with most patients not even needing local anesthetic, and it’s also much faster compared to traditional methods.