3D CBCT + Panoramic X-rays
For Implant and Wisdom tooth extraction, 3d CBCT is the absolute state-of-the-art in dental imaging. One 14 second scan will result in a complete 3D representation that shows a patient’s teeth, bone structure and anatomical features such as nerves and sinuses.
3d CAD-CAM Scanner
3D CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing) technology is a highly versatile, and can be used in a variety of treatments, from simple scanning to creating restorations. At Hudson Emergency Dental & Implant Center, we use CAD/CAM technology to produce 3D images of your entire teeth.
The intraoral camera is small, roughly the size of a standard dental mirror, and features a built-in light source. With this small camera, we can easily identify problems such as tooth decay, cracked or broken fillings, cracked teeth and signs of gum disease among others to help us create an effective treatment plan.
In dental health care settings, all instrument cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing should occur in a designated central processing area in order to more easily control quality and ensure safety. All critical and semi-critical dental instruments that are heat stable should be sterilized after each use by steam under pressure (autoclaving), dry heat, or chemical vapor.
A wisdom tooth extraction is often necessary in order to create room in the mouth as well as to help avoid or relieve pain. While the procedure itself is common and generally goes well for most patients, it is important is to know the steps to take to fully recover afterward. Recovery varies for every…
Many patients have dental bonding procedures for cosmetic reasons. However, the treatment is also sometimes used to strengthen teeth that are chipped, cracked, decayed, or have exposed roots.Dental bonding is done with a composite resin that a dentist has color-matched to the natural teeth. The dentist roughens the tooth surface and then applies a conditioning…
Regular visits to a general dentist are an essential component of good health and overall wellness. It is important for both adults and children to have their teeth cleaned and examined by a dental professional every six months. In fact, most physicians and dentists recommend that regular dental checkups begin around age one, when a…