With the advent of 3D imaging, dental practices have been able diagnose and develop more precise treatment plans thanks to high-resolution images that can be converted to 360° digital models.
Using an instrument that delivers a fine stream of particles made of silica, aluminum oxide, or a baking soda mixture, we’re able to remove small, early areas of tooth decay without using a dental drill.
Digital x-rays help us get clearer images of your teeth within seconds, all while you’re in the dental chair. This safe and convenient method also exposes you to less radiation than standard x-ray technology.
Our intraoral camera is just a little bigger than your average pen, but it’s equipped with LED lights to snap high quality, close up images that help us detect, diagnose, and treat oral diseases better than the old dental mirror alone.
With laser technology, we’re able to eliminate the need for scalpels, sutures and more invasive methods of treating gum disease. Laser dentistry makes our patients are happy because of their improved results, faster healing, and higher comfort levels.
Screening for abnormalities that could indicate oral cancer is much easier with the help of our Velscope® oral cancer screening device. Unusual fluorescence patterns help us spot unhealthy tissues that might need further investigation.
At The Center for Holistic Dentistry, we know that needles and the thought of oral pain send a lot of people running – understandably! That’s why we’ve invested in techniques and tools that can remove that fear. Ask us about our painless methods!
Our implementation of BioPak’s Jaw Tracker helps us accurately record even the smallest movements for valuable information on the functional state of your temporomandibular region (TMJ). This allows us to help treat the causes of problems instead of symptoms.
Being able to measure and evaluate the force, timing, and location of your bite helps us find out if you could benefit from occlusal adjustment. An improper bite can lead to TMJ problems and pain, as well as wear and chipping of your teeth.
This cavity detector helps us spot lesions and cracks that might go unseen even after x-rays. The level of clarity this near-infrared transillumination technology provides helps our patients see what we see, and helps us treat decay before it gets worse.
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Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
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Tuesday: 8am - 4pm
Wednesday: 8am - 4pm
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