Our Technology

Intraoral Camera

DigiDoc Iris HD is a wand-like high-definition intraoral camera. Its small camera, located at the tip, captures hundreds of high-definition images per second, providing a detailed and precise view of your teeth and surrounding tissues. These images enhance our ability to diagnose issues and assist in educating our dental family about the findings during examinations.

Digital X-Ray

We utilize Schick Digital x-ray sensors for all our intraoral x-rays. Digital x-rays are faster, less uncomfortable, and less invasive than traditional film x-rays. The images produced are significantly clearer and more detailed. Digital x-rays are an essential diagnostic tool, providing a comprehensive view of the teeth, roots, and alveolar bone, thereby enhancing our understanding of your mouth's internal structure.

DIAGNOdent™ Laser

The DIAGNOdent laser enhances our ability to detect decay on the occlusal (biting) surface of teeth. By measuring laser fluorescence within the tooth's mineral structure, the DIAGNOdent laser identifies both healthy tooth material and early stages of smooth surface dental caries (tooth decay). Early identification of tooth decay allows us to address the issue promptly, preventing the need for more extensive and expensive restorative treatments.

Soft Tissue Laser

A soft tissue laser cuts and cauterizes tissue simultaneously. This technology may lessen bleeding, discomfort, and swelling both during and after the procedure. We often use a soft tissue laser for periodontal treatments by eliminating the infected gum lining, which encourages the regrowth of healthy tissue around the teeth. Additionally, soft tissue lasers are beneficial for gum contouring and crown lengthening, making them ideal for enhancing the aesthetics of your smile.

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ITERO™ 3D Digital Scanner

3D imaging using our Itero 5D scanner from Invisalign® provides us with a detailed view of your teeth and gums during your appointment. This comprehensive perspective enhances our ability to diagnose potential issues and formulate an effective treatment strategy. We use 3D imaging for various applications, including cosmetic and restorative procedures, orthodontic treatments, and dental implants. It is also crucial to create digital impressions to initiate an Invisalign® orthodontic plan.

About Opus Plasma®

At Aspire Dental Spa, your cosmetic goals are always within reach, thanks to state-of-the-art technology, such as the Opus Plasma. This one-of-a-kind platform utilizes high-frequency, unipolar, radiofrequency energy. Unparalleled skin rejuvenation is made possible through the use of the device's fractional plasma technology that allows for extensive personalization options in order to meet each patient's unique needs. From skin laxity and wrinkles to scars, the Opus Plasma is capable of treating an array of skin issues that may be affecting your self-confidence.

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About CEREC®

CEREC, which stands for "Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics," represents a groundbreaking technology in dentistry. It enables dentists to design, produce, and install dental crowns all in one visit. Unlike traditional crowns, which require waiting weeks to receive them, CEREC completes the entire process in just two hours, offering patients convenience and efficiency like never before. CEREC crowns' shortened wait times are made possible through intra-oral cameras for precise imaging and CAD/CAM software for accurate crown design and fabrication. From digital impression to permanent placement, the process is swift and seamless.

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A cone beam CT scan is a diagnostic instrument that generates a 3D image of your teeth, gums, nerve pathways, and bone structure in one comprehensive snapshot. We generally use cone beam CT scans to obtain a broader, more detailed view of the head and neck areas. These scans are optimal for surgical planning, assessing bone structure and tooth alignment, and diagnosing conditions such as tumors, oral cancer, and TMJ disorders.

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