About Modern Dental technology
Our team is dedicated to providing quality, convenient, and comfortable treatment experiences for patients in Plymouth and Kingston, MA and the surrounding area. To achieve this high standard of care, we incorporate the latest modern dental technologies into our services and procedures. Modern dentistry is largely focused on making treatments minimally invasive, comfortable, and safer for every patient. At Plymouth Dental Care, our general dentists and highly trained team routinely use digital x-rays, laser dentistry, and other dental technologies to enhance our ability to diagnose and treat a wide range of dental needs in the most effective way. Speak with us today to learn more about how state-of-the-art dental technology can benefit your family's oral health and smiles!
Types of Dental Technology
In addition to a modern, paperless environment, Plymouth Dental Group offers the latest innovative dental technology, including:
Digital X-Rays: Our low-radiation digital x-ray system uses a special sensor to produce high-quality images of your teeth and jaw, which enhance our diagnostic capabilities.
Intraoral Camera: With this pen-like device, we can take high-definition color pictures of areas in your mouth that may be difficult to see and can provide you with a better understanding of your oral health.
3D Oral Imaging: This advanced imaging system generates a three-dimensional view of your teeth, bone, nerves, and other oral structures during the diagnostic and treatment phases of care.
DIAGNOdent Laser Cavity Detection: We use this small laser device to identify very early signs of tooth decay, often before these areas are visible to the naked eye or evident on dental x-rays.
Laser Dentistry: The use of lasers in our practice affords greater precision, faster healing, and a less invasive approach in a number of dental procedures.
Air Abrasion: A conservative approach to restorative care, air abrasion combines air and a special powder to gently treat small dental cavities without the need for drills, shots, or discomfort.
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"I recently had a a procedure done by Dr Akradi. It was so painless and pleasant I was able to nap while the work was done. The work done she did looks great and I have not had any discomfort at all. Thank you very much for the talent and expertise in dental care, Herbert Gurney"- H.G. / Google / Mar 28, 2019
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"My girlfriend made me go to Dr. Scheiber to have my chipped teeth fixed. He did a really great job. It is a great place and the hygienists are really nice. My whole family goes there now and I recommend him to all my friends."- S.S. / Google / Mar 10, 2019
Benefits of modern technology
Using the latest in dental technology affords a number of significant benefits to patients of all ages. Though the various types of technology we use all carry their own unique sets of benefits, in general, these advancements offer a more conservative approach to care and allow for greater precision in diagnosing and treating dental conditions. Dental technology, particularly the use of laser dentistry and air abrasion techniques, may minimize the need for incisions, sutures, and local aesthetics — increasing overall patient comfort and reducing downtime following certain procedures. With these modern dental techniques, we can commonly perform treatments more quickly and accurately, reducing a patient's time spent in the dental chair and making the entire process more convenient.
What to Expect During Your Visit
State-of-the-art dental technology may be used to diagnose dental conditions, such as cavities (tooth decay) and jawbone loss (due to gum disease), and to gently treat a wide range of oral health needs. Before using any type of technology, our team will talk with you about the service or procedure and give you an idea of what to expect. Certain technologies may be performed periodically, such as digital x-rays and laser cavity detection, or as needed to carry out dental treatment. Our caring dentists and team are always available to answer any questions you have along the way. Thanks to the interactive nature of many technological advancements, you and your family can become more involved in your care and better informed to make decisions about your oral health.
Insurance Coverage for Advanced Care
Many dental insurance plans offer coverage for the use of dental technology in dental care. Before performing any service, our business team will carefully review your insurance plan and talk with you about any potential personal costs. Plymouth Dental Group accepts low-interest medical financing and a number of other easy payment options to help make your family's dental care even more convenient.
Modern Dentistry for Your Smile
Modern dentistry has dramatically improved the patient experience and our ability to consistently deliver high-quality oral health results. At Plymouth Dental Group, our dentists and team remain on the cutting-edge of technology so that we can bring you and your family the gentle, positive dental experiences you deserve. To explore how advanced dental technology might benefit your smile, please schedule a visit at our Plymouth, MA dental practice today.