Providing the absolute best service to our patients is of the highest importance to our office. For this reason, we have chosen to utilize state-of-the-art technologies in all our procedures. This advanced dental technology allows us to treat dental cases with extreme precision, detect dental concerns at early stages, and provide stunning and customized restorations. When you visit our office you can be confident that you are receiving the finest and most advanced in dental care.
Cone beam CT x-ray technology captures high-quality panoramic images of the inside of the mouth. These images provide digital, 3D representations of the teeth, bone, soft tissue, sinus cavities, and nerves. This sophisticated imaging technology provides precise, detailed information about the intraoral structures critical for accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. CBCT aids us in planning cosmetic and restorative procedures, diagnosing TMJ issues , and prepping for root canals.
DIAGNOdent is a small, portable laser that allows us to detect cavities on the chewing surface of the back teeth and treat these cavities, putting a stop to further decay. The laser is easy to use, harmless, and will alert us with an audible signal if it detects a cavity. It will even calculate the approximate size of the cavity so we can better plan treatment.
Digital Smile Design (DSD) is a technology that allows us to digitally plan restorative and cosmetic treatments. With DSD, we can also create mock-ups of the teeth before we even begin treatment so that patients can have a clear understanding of how their teeth will appear when treatment is complete. We use DSD to design dentures, veneers, and other restorations for more custom and accurate final outcomes and to ensure the most ideal facial aesthetics.
We use exocad digital technology alongside our intraoral camera to design custom restorations, including for our full arch cases. This planning software aids us providing restorations that are highly esthetic and personalized to each patient.
Dr. Jenkins performs most of his dental procedures while wearing a pair of funny looking glasses called surgical telescopes. These powerful glasses have magnifiers on them, allowing him to see fine details that would go unnoticed to the naked eye.