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Dental Technology

State-of-the-Art Tools for Your Beautiful Smile!

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Just like most things these days, dental technology is seemingly advancing at the speed of light. And you want to make sure that your dentist stays on top of all the changes! For the most efficient, safest, and comfortable care, a dental office should be equipped with the digital tools and equipment to perform more services in-house. We are pleased to offer advanced dental care with our CT/cone beam scanner, digital impressions, and our intraoral camera. Keep reading to learn more about the state-of-the-art environment and dental technology in Lititz you can count on at Mor Smiles!

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

Cone Beam CT Scanner

Sometimes, a traditional X-ray is simply not sufficient for more complex treatment planning. The CT/cone beam scanner is ideal for when your dentist needs a more comprehensive image of your oral anatomy, like for dental implants, complex extractions, and more. You will stand comfortably under the sleek machine while it makes a revolution around your head. A cone beam is used to capture one comprehensive image of the teeth, bones, neural pathways, blood vessels, and soft tissues of the mouth. This digital scan is ready almost instantly, allowing your dentist to get started on the treatment plan right away.

Digital Impressions

Creating denture in dental lab

If you have ever had braces or a restoration like a crown or bridge, you have likely taken a dental impression. The traditional method is uncomfortable and requires you to bite down on a wet hunk of cement for several minutes. Fortunately, those days are in the past when you visit Mor Smiles. Our digital impression scanner is simple, and the process is completed in a matter of seconds. You won’t have to bite down on anything -- and the results are far more accurate than can be captured with cement. A digital impression may be used in the treatment planning phase for veneers, dental crowns, bridges, dentures, and more.

Intraoral Camera

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A picture is worth a thousand words -- and that mantra is especially true in dentistry. However, our little handheld mirrors can only show the patient so much. An intraoral camera is an invaluable tool for showing what is going on in the mouth and explaining proposed treatment plans with a visual representation for enhanced comprehension. You will find it is easier to ask questions when you can see what is going on right in front of you. The intraoral camera is a small, portable tool that is integrated with a screen located right at your chairside.

It’s time to upgrade your dental care! To book a visit with a dentist who stays on top of the latest in dental care, go ahead and contact Mor Smiles today.

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