At Fenton Family Dental, we invest in the latest technology to make each dental visit both comfortable and convenient. Advanced technology helps speed up treatment time and allows our team to provide high-quality care that is made to last. From same-day dental crowns to detailed x-rays, advanced technology can improve your overall dental experience and give our team the information we need to properly diagnose and treat dental problems.
Why would you schedule several dental visits for treatment if there is a better way? CEREC is a technology that allows us to create and place tooth restorations in just one visit! If you are in need of a filling or dental crown, CEREC uses advanced technology to create a restoration that is custom-made to fit your smile. CEREC removes the need for a temporary crown, saves you time away from work and is made with more strength than traditional methods. With CEREC, you can be in and out of the dental office in just one day with a complete and long-lasting tooth restoration!
Better imaging gives us more accurate information for treatment! The Sirona GALILEOS 3D CBCT Scanner allows our team to view precise detail for several types of treatments. With this technology, your dentist is able to have a clear view of the nerves, tooth roots, sinus, nose and much more. Soft and hard tissues can also be clearly seen. The CBCT scanner is also painless and takes images in less than a minute!
Say goodbye to messy impressions! With the iTero Element Intraoral Scanner, impressions can be taken easier than ever before. Accurate and precise 3D images of your teeth and gums are captured, allowing your dentist to properly diagnose your mouth for treatment. This technology is ideal for treatments such as crowns, bridges, Invisalign, retainers and dental implants. The iTero Scanner provides a more pleasant experience and more accurate results!
Digital x-rays are typically used for getting a deeper look into your smile. Digital x-rays allow your dentist to examine not just the outside of your teeth and gums, but also detect decay or other oral issues below the surface. Digital x-rays save you and your dentist time and give information needed to keep your smile on the right track!