Dental technology is always changing. New advances push the boundaries of what we’ve been able to do in past years, enabling us as a dental office to provide the best care possible. We use the latest and best dental technologies at Corte Madera Dentist – Madera Dental Julie Young, DDS as part of our goal to provide personalized, one-on-one care at our dental office.
Our use of dental technology also enables us to treat more patients than we normally would. We make it a priority to provide patients with individualized care and to prevent other patients from having to wait a long time for their appointments or checkups.
Thanks to the dental technology we use, patients can enjoy a better smile and greater overall oral health as well as the time and attention they deserve.
Types of Dental Technology at Corte Madera Dentist – Madera Dental Julie Young, DDS
At Corte Madera Dentist – Madera Dental Julie Young, DDS, we employ the use of several types of dental technology. Each was carefully selected with the intent to make sure our patients receive the best dental treatment and services possible.
Soft-Tissue Lasers | Before soft-tissue lasers were created, dentists had to use scalpels and other less precise tools. The advent of soft-tissue lasers made many procedures easier and opened up the possibility of other procedures. Today we use these tools on a range of treatments from periodontal treatments to removing soft tissue lesions.
Digital X-Rays | The digital x-rays we use at Corte Madera Dentist – Madera Dental Julie Young, DDS have minimal to no radiation exposure for patients. Traditional x-rays of the past required heavy duty protection from distinctly higher levels of radiation, but digital x-rays greatly reduce this risk.
Diagnodent for Cavity Detection | With the use of this tool, we can not only detect caries (cavities) in your teeth but also the severity of caries. This helps us plan highly effective treatments that can halt the damage and restore your health.
Computers in All Operatories | We employ the use of computers in all our operatories, allowing us to keep a digital record of your dental history. It also helps us display information, so you can learn more about your oral health.