General dental health services play an important role in improving oral and dental health. Institutions that provide these services strive to ensure that they provide quality family dental health care services to their customers. They do this by investing in modern equipment and technology. Here's how smart technology has revolutionized dental care.
Patients with missing, damaged, or broken teeth have visited the dentist many times and suffered many painful injections. The recovery period after treatment is long and uncomfortable. With new technologies such as crown printing and 3D imaging, dentists can now perform procedures on the same day.
Some equipment has been invested in computer-aided design and automated manufacturing technology (CAD-CAM) which captures and reproduces 3D images of damaged teeth and prints perfect results in minutes. As a result of this technology, the impression of clutter and temporary crowns is eliminated.
With the help of an advanced intraoral camera, the patient can see everything the doctor is doing during the procedure. This small device also allows the dentist to examine the teeth in detail to recommend the most appropriate treatment. In addition, the camera detects the specific areas you need to focus on when brushing your teeth, thereby improving overall oral hygiene.
Many people are afraid to go for an exam because of the pain they expect. Laser procedures have changed that fear by allowing staff to perform painless procedures such as tooth extraction. With CO2 dental laser devices, experts in this field can work on soft and hard tissues, for example, without exposing the patient to unbearable pain.