Intraoral camera

The intraoral camera has become an essential tool for dentists. It captures high-definition images of the inside of your mouth—up to 40 times larger.

As small as a pen, intraoral cameras are used to help both the dentist and patient get a good view of gums and dental disease. These images can also be archived, which is useful for monitoring changes and comparing results over time.

Digital radiography

Digital radiography is a very precise technique that is now used instead of traditional x-rays because it allows for more accurate diagnostics. Images are archived in the Clinic’s computer system, which is better for the environment.

Digital radiography produces instantaneous results, which can be quickly sent by email to insurance companies or other dental professionals.

Another significant advantage is that patients are exposed to significantly less radiation.