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Our Advanced Technology

Young woman with gorgeous smileDr. Morris Budak and Dr. Michael Piccione stay attuned to the latest advances in dentistry to ensure we are always offering the most up-to-date dental care possible. Advances in dental technology make care more efficient and comfortable than ever before — like the intraoral camera, digital x-rays, or our digital impression system for CEREC one-visit dentistry. Choosing a dentist who stays on top of the latest advances in dentistry ensures you receive the best dental care possible.

Dentist and patient looking at intraoral photos

Intraoral Camera

A picture really is worth a thousand words in dentistry, and the intraoral camera allows us to show you precisely what is going on in your smile. The small tool captures crystal-clear images and transfers them onto a screen that’s located right at chairside. The intraoral camera is an invaluable tool at our practice. It helps us involve you in your treatment plan to ensure that you remain fully informed about what’s going on with your dental care.

Digital dental x-ray examined on tablet

Digital X-Rays

X-rays are an essential part of each patient’s preventive dental care treatment plan. By revealing what is going on beneath the visible surface of the teeth, digital x-rays provide valuable information that we wouldn’t otherwise have.

Digital x-rays use electronic sensors rather than traditional x-ray film to capture in-depth images of your teeth and oral structures. These images are viewable instantly and can be enlarged several times to help make detecting potential issues much easier for your doctor. Even better, digital x-rays reduce the exposure to radiation up to 90% compared to traditional x-rays.

Color coded CEREC bite impressions

Digital Impression System

The CEREC system makes one-visit restorations possible with digital impressions, which recreate a three-dimensional image of your teeth within seconds. The traditional method requires patients to bite down on a piece of wet, gooey cement for several minutes. It’s a process that can be uncomfortable at best, and next to impossible at worst (for patients with sensitive gag reflexes). In addition to being more comfortable, digital impressions also greatly improve the accuracy of the model we create.

Soft tissue laser wand

Soft Tissue Laser

Dr. Budak and Dr. Piccione have invested in a soft tissue laser which allows us to perform periodontal procedures more precisely and efficiently. Traditional periodontal procedures to treat gum disease or to recontour gummy smiles often require the use of a scalpel and stitches, which go hand in hand with longer recovery periods. But, with the help of our SOL soft tissue laser, we can blast through diseased or excess periodontal tissue with extreme precision and care.