Advanced Technology

Waterlase Dentistry Laser

waterlase dentistryFear and anxiety, whether mild or severe, is real and for many people can be a barrier to seeking dental treatment. Studies show that as many as 75% of adults in the U.S. experience some degree of dental fear.

Drills, needles and numb lips can prevent people from taking a positive, proactive approach to oral health.

Waterlase Dentistry changes the dynamic.

Patients experience Waterlase Dentistry as more comfortable, convenient and less invasive. With many procedures it’s possible to use less anesthetic, and in some cases, no anesthetic. This can mean getting in and out of the chair more quickly.


PreXion 3D is a revolutionary X-ray system that provides high-resolution solutions in dental imaging. Powered by superior image reconstruction and volumetric image rendering technology, PreXion 3D provides sharper images with more information than the traditional dental X-ray unit.

It’s the ideal in-office imager for the specialist performing implants.

multiple view of x-rays
side view of jaw x-ray

With PreXion’s clear and 1:1 scale images, accurate measurements assure that the optimum implant is placed. Patient treatment is improved with the powerful computed tomography technology and its precise measurement tools. Accurate dental implant planning and placing, orthodontic investigation, and improved general dental imaging are some of the many true benefits PreXion 3D delivers.


x-ray of full mouth of teethImages acquired digitally can be instantly shared between specialists and dentists thus improve the team’s treatment planning capabilities.  Digital radiographs can also be shown to patients, who have an increasing appetite for understanding their situation and being involved in the selection of the right course of therapy. Benefits of digital radiography in the consultation phase include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Reduction (an estimated 70%) in radiation exposure;
  • Rapid image acquisition;
  • Increased storage/archiving capacity; and
  • Interdisciplinary treatment planning.