Advanced Dental Technology - Bayville

Delivering the Best in Modernized Care to Our Patients

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At Bayville Dental Arts, our dentists care about the type of equipment, software, and technology that is used in-house. This is why we are constantly learning about the latest advancements and newest devices so that we can integrate them into our practice for a better patient experience. With a cone beam scanner, soft tissue laser, intraoral camera, and digital impressions, we produce more accurate treatment plans while also delivering more comfortable dental procedures. Learn more about these advanced dental technologies below.

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Digital Dental Impressions

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Capturing impressions of your teeth and gums is now easier than ever thanks to our digital dental impression system. The handheld device comes equipped with a small camera that quickly scans your teeth, creating a three-dimensional model on a nearby screen. Instead of having you bite down on goopy dental putty, this method creates a more accurate impression so that lab technicians can fabricate comfortable, snug-fitting restorations.

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

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Dental implant planning is one of the more complex forms of treatment we provide in our Bayville Dental Arts office. To ensure new teeth fuse correctly and last for decades, we use our CT/cone beam scanner. With a 360-degree rotating arm, the device takes hundreds of photos that form to create a single 3D image. Using this model, our dentists can build a treatment plan more thoroughly, considering various facial and oral structures when determining where to place each implant post.

Soft Tissue Laser

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When treating gum disease, it’s essential to remove even the smallest bits of bacteria. To accomplish this, we turn to our soft tissue laser for help. While scaling and root planing are highly effective, we can also use our soft tissue laser to remove diseased tissues without causing excessive bleeding or swelling. Because of its concentrated beam of light, all healthy tissues remain untouched, allowing for a swift and effective form of gum disease treatment.

Intraoral Camera

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Our dentists want you to have a clear view of what is happening inside your mouth, which is why we use our intraoral camera. Designed to serve as a diagnostic and educational tool, you can see in real-time the state of your teeth and gums while hearing from a member of our team about the importance of good oral hygiene habits and which treatments will help address any existing signs of decay.