For early detection and accurate representation of dental conditions, an intraoral camera is essential to delivering optimum quality of care. Increase patients’ understanding of the clinical findings and treatment recommendations.
Dental diode lasers, sometimes called soft-tissue lasers, are ideal for procedures that involve cutting or contouring oral soft tissues. Soft tissue lasers are ideal for troughing around preparations and Implant second stage surgery.
Electrosurgery has been defined as high-frequency electrical current passed through tissue to create a desired clinical effect. It requires the presence of a circuit for current to flow.
Digital X-ray and large Screens
Traditional x–rays capture images on film and once exposed cannot be modified. Digital x–rays have two distinct advantages: They use much lower radiation, this means you are exposed to less radiation, and they can be manipulated using software on a computer.
For patients’ convenience we have Large screens in the operatory rooms to show the X-rays and camera pictures taken from the teeth.