The Benefits of Intraoral Cameras

When it comes to using advanced equipment to provide great oral care we are all in. At our dental office, we use tools like the intraoral camera to access any trauma to your teeth. This piece of equipment shows our patients the condition of their teeth up close. Once our patients are able to see for themselves all of the inner workings in their mouth, it can put their oral hygiene at a higher standard. We explain every move that we make inside of a patient's mouth. By educating our patients through the use of this technology, we are able to express the value of a healthy smile. All of our dental terminology that we use can be translated and understood to the patients with the help of the intraoral cameras.

Camera Benefits

One of the amazing benefits that come with the use of these cameras is the clear, high definition images that are produced. This can give us a view of your teeth from multiple angles. X-rays on the other hand can have a limited scope at times when it comes to images. That is why the hand held intraoral camera can allow us to locate your problems more effectively. Along with the light weight of the camera comes the zoom to magnify teeth issues, giving us a closer look.

This tool also aides in diagnosing your oral problems more accurately. Another great benefit is making photographic copies in case you have to be referred to one of our other specialists. The digital photocopies that are provided by us can also be sent to insurance companies for filing different claims. In only a matter of minutes we can take a picture of your teeth with no problems.

The small camera is great for keeping up with the progress of your treatments too. We can readily identify what is or isn't working based off of the pictures produced by the intraoral cameras. Our interactions with you are much more in-depth since the use of this dental instrument. Not only is this small innovation a wonderful reference tool, but the intraoral cameras are also radiation free.

One of the best benefits to having a camera like this one in our possession is it is completely painless for you to have images taken. The convenience of the dental instrument can make the process of coming to our clinic much easier. This technology is capable of detecting early signs of trauma that may not cause you any pain. Addressing dental problems early can prevent extensive dental work and save you money.

Visually Secure

Although people tend to cringe when they visit the dentist, we will ensure you that your visit to our office is a pleasant one. With the use of our intraoral camera, together we can formulate a solution that is right for you. Instead of only taking our word for it you can be able to view your oral hygiene issues yourself. This makes the traditional method of teeth inspection more personal between us and our patients. We will give you a smile that says more than beautiful, but healthy as well.

At our office, we are here to serve all of your dental needs. We help to give you that confidence that comes with a smile. When it comes to repairing a chipped tooth, stained teeth, or implants, then look no further than our dental practice. Engaging with our patients in their own care along with using this technology has been an asset to our practice.

Please call us and schedule your next appointment with our facility today!

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