X-Rays with Much Less Radiation
We use digital X-rays, which have a 75% reduction in radiation from traditional X-rays. It is also quick and efficient as there is no waiting time for the image to develop. A digital sensor is placed in your mouth and the picture downloaded for your viewing on a computer screen. There are no chemicals for development, which makes it easy for you and the environment.
What is Xylitol and How Can It Help My Dental Health?
Found in fruits and vegetables, xylitol is a natural substance that even our own bodies create every day. In over 25 years of clinical research and testing, xylitol has been proven to be very effective in fighting tooth decay. It is an excellent replacement for sugar as it is a sweetener that does not harm your teeth. Studies reveal that it also helps overcome allergies and is now available as a nasal spray. Numerous dental associations in Europe have already endorsed its use in toothpaste, mouthwash, chewing gum, and even candy. We highly recommend it to control cavities and provide relief from allergies.
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The Cleanest Your Teeth Can Be
We use an ultrasonic scaler to aid in removing deposits of plaque and calculus (tartar) from your teeth, especially under the gumline and even in deep pockets, in the case of gum disease treatments. This hand tool uses high-frequency vibrations to enable us to remove deposits on your teeth faster than with regular scaling instruments. Your teeth have never felt so clean! As a bonus, most patients report less discomfort with the ultrasonic scaler.
Make Informed Decisions with the Intra-Oral Camera
One of the ways Dr. Callow creates a bond of teamwork with his patients is through the use of a high-tech tool, the intra-oral camera. This amazing device is a miniature video camera that displays a closeup picture of the inside of your mouth. When you confer with Dr. Callow, he can show you exactly what work needs to be done and which teeth are healthy. You can then make fully informed decisions about your dental care. You’ll love how this works!
Nitrous Oxide Sedation
Commonly known as “laughing gas,” nitrous oxide sedation makes a patient feel very comfortable throughout treatment. A mask is used to let you inhale the medication to easily induce a state of calmness. Additionally, a local anesthetic is given so a patient is in a complete state of relaxation.
Prevent the Knocking Out of Your Child’s Tooth
It is estimated that approximately 5 million teeth are lost in sports injuries every year in the United States. This can be prevented with proper mouthguard protection. A one-size-fits-all appliance sold over-the-counter in stores does not fit most people. It can make breathing difficult during exertion of athletic participation. We offer mouthguards specifically made for an individual to give the best fit and protection for any sport. The American Dental Association recommends these personalized mouthguards for the following sports: wrestling, water polo, surfing, soccer, skiing, weight lifting, volleyball, squash, skydiving, skateboarding, rugby, racquetball, lacrosse, handball, shotputting, roller hockey, ice hockey, martial arts, handball, football, boxing, acrobatics, gymnastics, field hockey, and basketball.
Nothing beats an easier, more comfortable dental visit. If you still have questions about the latest dental technology, give us a call today at (734) 455-2890.