At our office, we continually strive to incorporate any new dental technology that provides a significant benefit to our patients. Ideally, this technology improves our efficiency and the effectiveness of your dental treatments. Some examples are: Dental Implants, oral sedation, electric handpiece, intraoral cameras, The Wand anesthesia, cavity detection, microscopic vision, and electronic patient education.
The advantages of the new Electric Handpiece are that it is quieter and smoother than the loud whine of a traditional dental drill. Plus, this latest technology has greater accuracy and shortens procedure time.
A small video camera called an Intraoral Camera lets both patient and doctor see better when evaluating your oral health. Seeing what the dentist sees gives our patients more information about their mouths and allows our dentists to provide better treatment.
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.
The most comfortable local anesthetic ever! The Wand or Compudent has replaced the traditional syringe with a computerized solution. It gently delivers the anesthetic, making the experience imperceptible to most patients. It also allows us to use injections in certain areas that don’t leave your face feeling as numb.
CariScreen is an innovative device that tests for your risk of caries. It samples the bacteria in your mouth and identifies the likelihood of cavities forming. The test takes one minute and is painless.
We have TVs on our treatment room ceilings to distract your attention away from any dental procedures. Headphones and nitrous oxide can “carry” you right into the plot of your favorite movie.
At Legacy Dental, we use the DEXIS Digital X-rays for more accurate images and diagnosis. These innovative x-rays allow our Salt Lake City dentists to capture a rounded view of your teeth and jaw
Better vision means better dentistry. We use microscopic vision aided by a fiber optic light to create more precise and comfortable restorations for you.
Patient records are managed more accurately using modern computer technology. This includes electronic insurance submission and an online billing program. Ensuring faster speed and greater accuracy.
This is a high-performance dental isolation device designed to quickly and easily isolate areas of the mouth. Isolite uses a moisture control system and offers improved visibility for our dentists.
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. It 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 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.
Computer Guided Implant Surgery to ensure the optimum results in patient care. Very detailed 3-D visualizations, 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. It is the safest and most precise way to place dental implants.
Airflow Guided Biofilm Therapy is a hygiene treatment that effectively removes stains on the front and back of teeth. The dental stain removal works by using a fine jet of compressed air, water and fine powder particles to gently deep clean the tooth surface above and below the gum line. The therapy removes staining caused by coffee, tea, red wine and tobacco.
‘‘They are thorough and gentle and never force procedures that cause discomfort. Dr. Campbell explains his assessment clearly and gives me an active role in deciding treatment. They also make scheduling easy and give me lots of reminders as my appointment draws near.’’
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