Dental Technology

Dental Technology

Dentistry has come a long way!
With today’s remarkable advances in medical technology, doctors are better equipped to provide patients with comprehensive medical care and enhanced procedural comfort than ever before.

Dr. Britt’s comprehensive list of dental services are performed to ensure our patients receive optimal, natural-looking and everlasting oral health results. Today, patients enjoy less-invasive procedures in a more efficient manner. Patients looking for a fully customized path to oral health rejuvenation can do so in one office by progressive dentistry services provider.

Take a moment and check out a quick list of the technology and medical equipment we utilize here at Dentistry by Angela Britt.

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Dental Loops
Each dental suite is outfitted with a dental magnification and illumination device that is designed to provide clinicians with a superior orascoptic viewing field, delivering amplified visualization.

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Digital Camera (For Patient Education)
No longer are patients required to make important health and cosmetic decisions without knowing the outcome. By integrating digital photography into our practice, we not only have a visual record of our patients’ teeth, gums, structure and color, we can also communicate clear expectations about what they can expect from each oral health procedure. This helps raise our patients’ comfort level throughout their Dentistry by Angela Britt experience.

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Dental Wand
Milestone Scientific’s award-winning The Wand® Computer Assisted Anesthesia System combines patented, state-of-the-art computer-controlled injection technology with the dentist’s training to achieve more precise injections, improved drug delivery and materially enhanced patient comfort levels.

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Digital Radiographs (X-Rays)
Unlike typical photographic film-based x-rays typically found in a dental office, digital x-ray imaging technology provides clinicians with the improved ability to digitally transfer, store and enhance patient images. This results in improved diagnostics, clearer patient communication and decreased exposure to radiation.

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Entertainment Services
Anxiety during dental office visits is very common. However, during your office visit at Dentistry by Angela Britt, a critical component of our service includes providing a high level of comfort. That is why each patient suite features flat screen TV monitors and headphone access. So sit back, relax and listen to your favorite music and enjoy the dental experience at Dentistry by Angela Britt.

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Intraoral Camera
An intraoral camera is small, lightweight camera used inside the patient’s mouth during both treatment planning and oral health procedures. With this powerful tool, clinicians are able to use high-quality images to help aid in the detection, prevention and reconstruction of oral health issues.

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Myotronics (Bite Evaluation Computer)
Myotronics is used to gather scientific data to enhance the clinician’s ability to diagnose and treat complex cases of malocclusion or the misalignment of the teeth and the way the upper and lower teeth fit together. However, malocclusion is often an inherited condition, resulting in a difference between the size of the upper and lower jaws or between jaw and tooth size. The end result can be overcrowding of teeth or abnormal bite patterns.

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VELscope (Cancer Detection)
The VELscope Vx is a powerful tool available for assisting in the discovery of oral abnormalities, including cancer. The VELscope’s distinctive blue-spectrum light causes the soft tissues of the mouth to fluoresce. Healthy tissues glow in distinctive patterns — patterns that are visibly disrupted by trauma or disease. Using the VELscope, a wide variety of oral abnormalities can be discovered, often before they’re visible to the unassisted eye.

Waterlase (Surgical Laser)
Waterlase™ technology combines laser energy and water in a dental tool that works without heat, pressure or vibration. This laser-energized spray of water is used for a wide variety of hard and soft tissue procedures including cavity preparation, removal of decay and gum therapy. With the use of Waterlase technology, patients require less anesthetic while receiving a high quality of care.

Your teeth deserve the best. We ensure you get it.