Suwanee Dental Only Utilizes the Latest Dental Technology

We pride ourselves on using the very latest in dental technology so that we can provide our patients with the most in-depth, comfortable, and convenient dental care in Suwanee, GA. Our office is outfitted with the most sophisticated and high-tech dental tech such as digital x-rays, intra-oral cameras, and loupes. This equipment allows us to offer a more comprehensive assessment of your oral health. Read more about the state-of-the-art equipment we use at our practice below or call us at (770) 224-1040 to schedule an appointment for yourself or anyone in your family.

Digital X-Rays

With digital x-rays, our dental specialists can identify numerous issues including gum disease, deep cavities, tooth decay, tumors, and cysts. We utilize the most current dental technology to take digital dental x-rays in lieu of traditional X-rays. There are advantages to digital x-rays such as:

  • Low dose radiation, less radiation exposure than traditional x-rays
  • Higher quality images that can be emailed to you
  • Easier to diagnose dental issues or other pathology
  • Increased comfort with the use of sensors

Our dentists uses digital panoramic x-rays to view the patient’s entire mouth as opposed to looking at isolated areas. This allows us to plan comprehensive full-mouth restorations and improved orthodontics treatment recommendations with better detail.

Intra-Oral Cameras

An intra-oral camera can be maneuvered gently through your mouth during your dental exam. Like digital x-rays, these small cameras allow us to take digital images that are displayed on the in-room HD TVs, and serve as a visual diagnostics tool for better patient education. While viewing the high-tech, digital images we can discuss your current oral health in depth, as well as any pressing issues that need to be addressed.

Dental Magnification Loupes

Our dental specialists use prismatic magnification glasses, or “loupes”, during complex procedures. We take our work, and your oral health, very seriously, so being accurate down to a fraction of a millimeter is important! With LED illumination, we’re able to identify disease on the tooth versus health tooth structure. Ultimately, it allows us to work in very small spaces less invasively.