Advanced Dental Technology Beaverton

A More Comfortable Approach to Dental Care

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Patient comfort and safety are priorities that we take very seriously. Apart from the guidelines that we follow to keep patients and staff safe from harmful pathogens and viruses, we also use advanced dental technologies in Beaverton to create more seamless and painless dental appointments. With intraoral cameras, digital X-rays, soft tissue lasers, digital impressions, and a 3D printer, we can make all-inclusive care more convenient and comfortable for everyone.

Intraoral Cameras

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Intraoral cameras make it easy for us to show you the inside of your mouth. Equipped with a small camera, these handheld devices scan your teeth and gums, projecting the images on a nearby monitor so that you can clearly see them in real-time. From here, our team can explain anything that might be cause for concern as well as go over the importance of good oral hygiene at home.

All-Digital Dental X-Rays

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The all-digital X-rays that we use in-house are a much safer and faster solution for patients and dentists. Designed to capture images of areas above and below the gumline, they emit far less radiation (up to 90%) while also developing scans in just seconds. This is a drastic improvement from the days of harsh chemicals and darkrooms, both of which were required to see the inner workings of a patient’s smile.

iTero® Digital Dental Impressions

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If you need a custom restoration, mouthguard, or aligner to improve your smile, we can use our iTero digital impression system. Unlike traditional dental putty that is messy and cold, this device requires no biting down but instead, you must remain seated so that our team can scan your teeth, gums, and bite and deliver a comfortable, properly fitted oral appliance or restoration.

Soft Tissue Laser

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When it comes to administering gum disease treatment, creating a more even gumline, or helping with dental implant recovery, our soft tissue laser can ensure a more comfortable approach. From eliminating bacteria to removing excess gum tissue and more, this unique device employs a concentrated beam of light that ultimately reduces bleeding, swelling, and post-operative infection so that you can enjoy faster recovery.

Flashforge Focus 3D Printer

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Do you need a custom mouthguard to protect your teeth while playing sports? Maybe you require a dental crown to protect a damaged tooth. Or perhaps we need to create a surgical guide for dental implant placement. No matter the type of need, our 3D printer can make treatment more seamless. Instead of farming these projects out to off-site laboratories, we can take care of them in-house, making Wolfe Dental Cedar Mill a more convenient option for patients.