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Our Dental Technology

At Saban Dental, we pride ourselves on integrating cutting-edge dental technology to ensure the highest standard of care for our patients. From advanced digital X-rays to state-of-the-art intraoral cameras, our equipment allows us to accurately diagnose and effectively treat a wide range of dental concerns. We are committed to staying at the forefront of innovation in dentistry, providing you with the most comfortable and efficient dental experience possible.

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Digital Imaging

Experience the future of dental diagnostics with our advanced digital imaging technology. Say goodbye to traditional X-rays and hello to crisp, high-resolution images that offer unparalleled clarity and precision. Our digital imaging system not only reduces radiation exposure but also allows for instant viewing, enabling our team to quickly assess your oral health and tailor a personalized treatment plan just for you. Embrace the convenience and accuracy of digital imaging at our practice for a brighter, healthier smile.

Dental X-Rays

What is a dental radiograph?

Radiographic images are required to confirm exact dental diagnosis, and play essential role in providing proper treatment for the best interest of our valued patients. Main purpose of radiograph is to detect cavities, bone level, as well as pathological activities that are not visible to the naked eye such as cysts, tumors and suspicious lesions that are developing under the gums. Missing and/or extra teeth, impacted teeth, tooth abnormalities, and retained roots can be easily detected from radiographic images as well. There are three different types of radiographs commonly taken at dental offices:

Periapical X-Rays

Aims to view the entire structure of a tooth, including root of the tooth and its surroundings. This type of radiograph is most helpful if there are any suspicious pathological activities around the roots. Level of bone loss can also be detected from periapical x-rays.

Panoramic X-Rays

This is a different type of x-ray as the machine goes around your head to provide an overview of your teeth including jaw. Entire teeth from crown to roots can be seen as well as bone level. Panoramic x-ray is most commonly prescribed by the dentist to determine exact location of wisdom teeth

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Bitewing X-Rays

Both top and bottom teeth are seen in a bitewing x-ray. Unlike periapical x-ray, roots cannot be seen. The level of bone loss can be detected but not as well as you can see in a periapical x-ray. Bitewing, however, serves as an excellent diagnostic tool for detecting cavities especially in between teeth where adjacent teeth are in contact.

Are X-Rays Dangerous? Risks?

Although there are risks involved in radiographs, its benefits far outweigh the risks. Our patients at Saban Family Dental are exposed to less radiation as we use digital radiograph machine, which produce less radiation compared to conventional radiograph machines.

Digital radiograph machine produces far less radiation than conventional radiograph machines. Amount of radiation you are exposed while taking dental x-rays is equivalent to the radiation you are exposed while you are under the sun. Plus, we provide protective lead aprons to ensure your safety!

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Intra-Oral Cameras

What is an intra-oral camera?

As the name suggests, intra-oral camera is used to take photos inside your mouth. Think of it as a miniature camera that can fit inside the mouth. Images taken by an intra-oral camera is useful it allows the patients to see exactly what the dentist sees; intra-oral camera image reveals what is going on inside your mouth, and aid in understanding of your current oral health condition.

What is an intra-oral camera used for?

We incorporate intra-oral camera during patient education as a visual image that assist in better understanding of the present condition inside your mouth. It is particularly useful if there are any suspicious findings such as lesions to increase patient awareness.

Intra-oral camera can also be used to compare before and after photos of restored tooth, as well as progression of teeth movement during the course of orthodontic procedure.

LED Fast-Curing Lights

Illuminate your path to a dazzling smile with our LED fast-curing lights. Harnessing the power of advanced LED technology, our fast-curing lights accelerate the dental bonding process, reducing treatment time and ensuring a durable, long-lasting result. Say goodbye to lengthy procedures and hello to swift, efficient dental care. Experience the brilliance of LED fast-curing lights at our practice, where your comfort and satisfaction are our top priorities.

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Unlock a new level of precision and clarity with our magnification technology. Our dental professionals utilize state-of-the-art magnification devices to enhance visibility during procedures, ensuring meticulous attention to detail and optimal treatment outcomes. From routine cleanings to complex procedures, our commitment to precision magnification means you can trust in the accuracy and excellence of your dental care. Experience the difference that magnification makes at our practice, where every smile receives the attention it deserves.

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