When we speak of state-of-the-art technology in dentistry. we are
speaking of new techniques and new equipment that replace many of
the traditional methods of reconstruction of many dental practitioners.
Today, digital laser and x-ray imaging. Digital imaging instantly produces richly detailed pictures, while drastically reducing or eliminating the patient’s exposure to x-rays.

Electronic wizardry presents the digitized images on a computer
screen mounted in front of the patient relaxing in a comfortable
lounge chair. The patient can then better understand what the dentist
can, or cannot, do in applying treatment to the malady. Healer and
patient work together.

Traditional plaster impressions are an artifact of the past. Now, computer
-assisted design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) processes
produce an electronic image of a person’s teeth, which then directs
the sculpturing of a new tooth or bridge of teeth. These new digital
techniques offer the patient safety, comfort, speedy service, and
aesthetic satisfaction, well beyond what was possible with traditional techniques.