What Is Dental Technology?

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When you visit the dentist, you may notice them using certain technologies. These dental technologies can include anything from x-ray machines to CEREC machines. All of the dental technologies we use in-office help streamline the process of visiting the dentist. 

Types of Dental Technologies

Digital X-Rays

If you’ve ever visited a dentist before, you most likely have gotten x-rays taken. Digital x-rays are standard practice at most dental offices. These digital x-rays save time and are safe for any patient. 

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)

CBCT scanning allows our team to create images of your teeth, face and neck with just one scan. These images are high-quality and help us gather detailed information to best diagnose every patient. The CBCT machine rotates once around your head while you stand or sit. It is a quick, simple and painless process! 

CEREC

CEREC stands for Chairside Economical Restorations of Esthetic Ceramic. CEREC creates a state-of-the-art way of reconstructing tooth restorations. For patients who are in need of crowns, CEREC makes it possible to walk out of the office with a new tooth in just one visit! This dental technology has revolutionized ceramic restorations so there is no waiting period for preparing the restoration and receiving the final product. 

Intraoral Camera

Intraoral cameras give our team a detailed view of your mouth in pictures in videos. This dental technology is useful for putting specific problem areas on the screen so we can see in greater detail. 

What Dental Technologies are Offered at Normandy Lake Dentistry?

At Normandy Lake Dentistry, we offer dental technologies to streamline our dental process as much as possible. We use the following technologies in our practice:

  • Digital X-Rays
  • Panorama X-Rays
  • Intraoral Camera
  • CEREC
  • Isolite Comfort System
  • DentalVibe

If you have any questions about dental technology, or what we use at our practice, please give us a call at (904) 783-1633 for the Normandy office, or (904) 569-6131 for the Lakewood office, or (904) 278-9011 for the Orange Park office.