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Advanced Dental Technology in Plano

Whenever most people think about the tools of dentistry, their mind often goes to small, metal, manual tools. While these are still used, advances in technology have enabled Dr. Kamali to take better care of her patients in new, innovative ways. This not only benefits her, but you as well. These advances technology can help save you time and discomfort in the dentist’s chair, as well as help you better understand how your teeth are being taken care of.

Panoramic Digital X-Rays

Panoramic X-rays allow our team to have a clear view of the underlying dental structures of patients’ teeth. These images are an essential part of diagnosis and treatment planning, but traditional x-rays were difficult to capture, develop, and view. That’s why we utilize digital x-rays to offer higher-definition images for earlier diagnosis and more precise treatment planning. Plus, these images are instantly available on our chairside computer monitors, and they can be quickly and easily stored and transferred via computer.

iTero Digital Scanner

The iTero Digital Scanner is designed to improve patient experience and provide a higher quality outcome. With the iTero Digital scanner, we can save patients time and discomfort when taking impressions. There is no need for messy goop that is tradiationally used when taking impressions and you are guaranteed a detailed and accurate result. Patients can breate and swallow comfortably without any unpleasant taste or smell. Once the scan is complete, we can view your impressions instantly and quickly deliver a personalized treatment plan. With iTero, impressions and discomfort are a thing of the past. http://www.itero.com/en-us

Intraoral Cameras

It can be very hard for a person to understand what a dentist is seeing as they are taking care of them. Conditions such as tooth decay and gum disease may be very subtle and only detectable to a trained eye. An intraoral camera can help a patient see what their dentist is seeing. It is a pen-sized camera that not only fits easily in the mouth, but also displays the image on a chairside screen. This helps communication between doctor and patient, which can lead to better understanding and care.