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Technology at Arlington Dental Excellence

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Digital Smile Design

Our goal is to give each patient a customized smile plan that dramatically improves your teeth, as well as your self-esteem and quality of life. We want our patients to feel comfortable every step of the way, which is why we offer digital cosmetic imaging. Before you even begin a procedure, we are able to show you an image of your new smile using digital imaging software. This software enables us to alter a photograph of your existing smile and show you your redesigned smile. This is an excellent way to ensure that our patients are happy with their customized smile plan before we begin any treatment. It’s also a great way for patients to share their excitement with their family and friends!

exocad ChairsideCAD

The exocad ChairsideCAD makes the most of our intraoral scanner. We've taken your dental restorations to the next level with exocad’s ChairsideCAD – the intuitive software solution for single-visit restorations producing reliable, highly esthetic restorative designs. We are able to design beautiful and functional dental restorations such as crowns, bridges, copings, veneers, inlays, onlays, pontics, provisionals and dental appliances.

Planscan E4D 3D Same Day Crown

We offer E4D® Technology to provide our patients with Same Day Restorations.

No more messy impression materials or hassle with annoying temporaries! E4D Technology offers our patients the opportunity to have a beautiful restoration designed, fabricated and delivered in a single appointment!
Using, E4D Technology, we are able to take a photo scan of your tooth with a special laser camera that safely captures the anatomy of the prepared tooth and renders it as a 3-dimensional image.

We then customizes your crown, inlay or onlay using your digital “impression” and 3D imaging software.
The E4D milling system employs CAD/CAM technology to shape your restoration from a high-strength, metal-free ceramic or composite block in a shade to match your smile. This eliminates the repeat visit after sending the impression off to a lab, as this is now able to be done while you are in the chair!

Low Dose Digital X-Rays

Dental x-rays (Radiographs) are essential, preventative, diagnostic tools that provide valuable information not visible during a regular dental exam. Digital Radiography is a type of X-ray imaging that uses digital X-ray sensors to replace traditional photographic X-ray film, producing enhanced computer images of teeth, gums, and other oral structures and conditions. This allows the doctors to get a much better view of your teeth and any potential dental conditions. The digital imaging software obtains a number of different views of your teeth to gain the best understanding of your situation and develop the most appropriate course of management.

Digital sensors are more responsive than film so that much less radiation is required to produce a digital image.

Panorex Digital X-rays

Much like a panoramic picture, the Panorex X-ray (a full mouth X-ray), provides a full view of your entire oral cavity!

The Panorex X-ray is a single picture of all your teeth and surrounding bones. It provides a 2D panoramic view of your entire mouth rather than just a couple of teeth at a time, an excellent alternative to the tiny pictures we has to piece together to see a complete set of your teeth. What this means to you as a patient is that there is greatly improved information for the doctor and can see much more than with traditional Xrays, thus allowing better diagnosis and treatment to you as the patient.

The Panorex X-ray also exposes parts of your jaw that can’t be seen with traditional dental X-rays.

Moonray Digital Printer

With our Moonray Digital 3D Printer from SprintRay Inc., we have the ability to print models, surgical guides, and other useful tools in our office. This precise, flexible device can improve the quality of dentistry we can offer. For example, we can take digital scans of your smile and print a surgical guide, making procedures like dental implant surgery safer and more accurate.

ORAL3D Printer

ORAL3D enables us to create a three-dimensional model of our patients mouths through the use of Cone Beam Imaging! With this technology our patients can physically visualize hard and soft tissues defects and our surgeons can carefully plan and prepare surgeries with more precision and comfort.

Computer Guided Implant Surgery

We use state-of-the-art technology including Computer Guided Implant Surgery to ensure the optimum results in patient care.

In the past radiographic images used to place implants were two dimensional providing a reasonable estimate of bone height. Often bone width was not determined until the bone was exposed during surgery sometimes resulting in compromised placement of the implant.

Computer Guided Implant Surgery gives very detailed 3-D visualizations and coupled with the appropriate software allows us to place implants with a level of precision that was unattainable several years ago. In addition, the surgical procedures can often be accomplished in a much more conservative procedure which involves greatly reduced discomfort, less treatment time and a more accurate final outcome.

Computer Guided Implant placement is the safest and most precise way to place dental implants.

Laser Dentistry

At Arlington Dental Excellence, we offer laser-based dentistry, which has been a wonderful solution for our patients with severe dental anxiety. This allows us to treat patients safely without drills and scalpels and- in many cases, without anesthesia. We use a laser to cut/vaporize tissue during any surgical and dental procedures.

Laser dentistry uses a gentle spray of water along with laser energy to perform a variety of dental procedures, without pressure, heat, and vibration that come with the drill. We use the laser to sterilize the surgical site and seal off blood vessels, which reduces your risk of excessive bleeding or potential infection. Laser dentistry allows patients to be much more comfortable and relaxed during treatment.

Medit i500 Intraoral Scanner – Impressionless Scanning

The Medit i500 Intraoral Scanner makes it possible to create digital impressions for many dental procedures in just a couple of minutes, without the need for messy putties or the discomfort associated with other impression techniques.

Digital impressions are faster because they take less chair time - no waiting for materials used for impressions to set and no retakes needed to achieve the accuracy needed. Medit i500 Intraoral Scanner produces clear and accurate pictures of all your teeth.

This technology, allows our patients to work together with the dentist to have healthy gums and beautiful teeth.

Cephalometric X-Ray

This unique tool, enables the orthodontist / dentist to capture a complete radiographic image of the side of the face.

Cephalometric X-rays are usually taken with a panoramic X-ray machine that will have a special attachment providing views of the side profile of the face, the jaw in relation to the cheekbone, information about “bad bites” or malocclusions and allows measurement of the teeth, assisting in orthodontic planning.

CEREC Primescan Interoral Scanner

Primescan, the most advanced and accurate intraoral scanner makes it possible to create higher resolution digital impressions for many dental procedures in just a couple of minutes, without the need for messy putties or the discomfort associated with other impression techniques.

Digital impressions are faster because they take less chair time - no waiting for materials used for impressions to set and no retakes needed to achieve the accuracy needed. Each scan has remarkable results that can be instantly accessed on the touchscreen. Complete 3D-scans that are displayed immediately and in an instant, laboratories and other partners can receive high-resolution models.

The Laser Scanner Provides Early Detection of Cavities

Arlington Dental Excellence uses modern dental tech to allow our patients to work with the dental team to achieve a flawless smile with beautiful teeth and healthy gums. With our intraoral camera, we can show you the teeth that need to be worked on as we explain your options. This tiny video camera produces accurate, clear pictures of your teeth, so that you can make informed decisions about your treatment. This believe that this fosters and supports an overall sense of teamwork between you and your dental team. 

3M™ True Definition Scanner – Impressionless Scanning

The 3M™ True Definition Scanner makes it possible to create digital impressions for many dental procedures in just a couple of minutes, without the need for messy putties or the discomfort associated with other impression techniques.

Digital impressions are faster because they take less chair time - no waiting for materials used for impressions to set and no retakes needed to achieve the accuracy needed. 3M™ True Definition Scanner is more accurate from the start.

Isolite® Dental Isolation System

The Isolite® illuminated dental isolation system provides shadow-less illumination from inside the mouth with continuous hands-free suction, evacuating fluids and debris. It retracts and protects the tongue and cheek as well as blocks the throat to prevent aspiration of material, giving dentists total control of the oral environment. It’s comfortable mouthpiece is easily placed and easily removed.

iTero Element 5D Scanner

iTero Element has introduced the first 3D intraoral scanner with NIRI technology.

The Near-infrared imaging (NIRI) technology allows us to scan the internal structure of our patients’ teeth in real-time. This aids us in detecting and monitoring caries between the teeth during every routine appointment, without using harmful radiation. In addition the 3D capabilities makes it possible to create digital impressions for orthodontic procedures such as Invisalign®, crowns and implant procedures in just a couple of minutes, without the need for messy putties or the discomfort associated with other impression techniques.

The built-in simulator allows us create a simulation of what your teeth may look like in a straighter, corrected position so you can see you how orthodontic treatment can improve your smile, before starting treatment!

LightScalpel CO2 Laser

The LightScalpel CO2 laser is a device that produces a concentrated beam of light. The highly focused CO2 laser beam vaporizes, cleanly and precisely, while sealing blood vessels at the same time. Years of experience in medicine and oral surgery went into the design of the LightScalpel laser, which was made to provide superior care for patients.

Traditional surgery with a scalpel or scissors can bruise or crush tissue. When we use the LightScalpel CO2 laser, only an intense beam of laser light interacts with the tissue. There is no mechanical trauma to the tissue and the coagulation zone is very narrow (as little as 50 microns – almost the width of a human hair).

The CO2 laser has the unique ability to vaporize or ‘erase’ tissue. The CO2 laser can be used to make incisions, as well as to remove unhealthy tissue. Our laser is so precise that it can selectively remove only a few cells at a time if needed. At the same time, it is powerful enough to de-bulk the largest of tumors.

Planmeca Ultra Low Dose™ 3D Scanner

The current emerging standard of care in dentistry and dental implantology is the use of three dimensional x-ray studies. The 3-D images allow the doctor to collect the needed and highly valuable diagnostic information to best plan and deliver dental and surgical care. The 3D CBCT imaging system can be used for an array of applications, including: endodontics, implantology, surgery, fracture and orthodontics and TMJ assessment. The 3D images accurately show the patient’s anatomy, evaluates bone volume and quality. Extraordinary details are obtained at low exposure levels. A typical scan takes only 20 seconds.

The patient benefits from less radiation as well as the comfortable, open environment. Additionally, the doctor can share a visual diagnosis with patients, making them more comfortable with their treatment plan and actively participate in their care.

Triad® 2000™ Light Cure System

The Triad® 2000 light curing unit is designed for easy fabrication of acrylic devices that are routinely used in removable dental procedures. It allows us to create custom trays, provisional bridges, denture relines or repairs easily and immediately.

Vatech Green CT2 Scanner

The current emerging standard of care in dentistry and dental implantology is the use of three dimensional x-ray studies. The 3-D images allow the doctor to collect the needed and highly valuable diagnostic information to best plan and deliver dental and surgical care. The Vatech Green CT2 3D CBCT imaging system can be used for an array of applications, including: endodontics, implantology, surgery, fracture and orthodontics and TMJ assessment. The 3D images accurately show the patient’s anatomy, evaluates bone volume and quality. Extraordinary details are obtained at low exposure levels - LOW DOSE AND HIGH IMAGE QUALITY. A typical scan takes only 20 seconds.

The patient benefits from less radiation as well as the comfortable, open environment. Additionally, the doctor can share a visual diagnosis with patients, making them more comfortable with their treatment plan and actively participate in their care.

Ozone Therapy

Dental Ozone is the Latest in Non-Invasive Dentistry

Ozone is an enriched form of oxygen, which can destroy bacteria and viruses while strengthening your immune system to continue fighting these disease-causing agents. Ozone Therapy is safe and effective in the reduction of bacteria from tooth surfaces or around the gum line.

It is significantly better and more effective than chlorine based disinfectants and has the beauty of breakdown into oxygen instead of caustic or harmful substances.

Tekscan Digital Bite Sensor

Tekscan or T-Scan is a valuable tool that aids in diagnosing problems with a person's bite. When a bite is unstable it can cause pain, broken restorations, gum disease, tooth loss, headaches, and TMJ disorder. The T-Scan device uses a very thin digital sensor that the patient bites into. T-Scan can identify both force and timing, two of the most fundamental parameters for measuring occlusion.

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