Advanced Dental Technology – Orlando, FL

Always Moving Forward

Dentist and team member looking at dental scanning technology

Technology is advancing faster and faster these days, and fortunately, this progress can be seen within the dental world as well. Now, using the instruments highlighted below, we’re able to take our level of precision, efficiency, and comfort to unprecedented heights, enabling our patients to get the smiles they deserve while enjoying a relaxing and transparent experience. You’ll be amazed at what we can accomplish these days, and we will continue to update our practice with the latest dental technology as time goes on.

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

Cone beam scanner against light green wall of dental office

While a single X-ray is great for getting a closer look at a small number of teeth, with our cone beam scanner, we can create a 3D map that includes all of your teeth and both jaws in a single image. This improves our ability to make diagnoses and form treatment plans that are more personalized to each patient.

Digital Dental Impressions

Dentist taking impressions of teeth

If we need to take an impression of a patient’s teeth, we no longer require them to bite into a mold filled with dental putty. Now, we simply scan the mouth with a small device, and it digitizes the contours to generate a perfect impression in about three minutes. There’s no mess and no retakes, plus we can instantly send the information to our lab to shorten the turnaround time for treatments like veneers, dentures, and more.

Soft Tissue Laser

Hand holding a thin metal dental laser

Using lasers in dentistry might sound like science fiction, but it’s an everyday reality here at Your Downtown Dentistry! Our lasers allow us to quickly and painlessly remove bacterial buildup and infected tissue stemming from gum disease, plus we can perform fast frenectomies to help patients (even infants) struggling with a lip or tongue tie. Compared to older methods, laser treatment is practically painless and dramatically shortens recovery time.

Intraoral Camera

Dental professional holding a thin white intraoral camera

Instead of just telling you about what we see when we examine your mouth, we can show you in high definition thanks to our intraoral camera. Slightly larger than a pen, it can capture close-up images of the teeth and gums that we can then go over with you on a chairside monitor. We’ll essentially give you a guided tour of your mouth while your dentist points out what they are seeing, ensuring you’re both on the same page when it comes to your oral health.