Our Dental Technologies


  • Always wanted a brighter and whiter smile? Now you can with Laser Whitening! The number one best whitening laser in the world. This dental bleaching technique utilizes a patented photoactivator that initiates the bleaching agent that is placed on the patient’s teeth in order to obtain the bleaching result available in the dental field.
  • Talk to your dentist about Laser Whitening to see if it is a good option for you.

Clear Aligners

  • This technology is ideal for treated minor to moderate crowding of teeth without the hassle of conventional braces.
  • Custom made transparent shells are fabricated each with a certain prescription to apply forces on the teeth in order to move them to their desired position and alignment.
  • Talk to your dentist to see if Clear Aligners are a good option for you.


  • Advances in the dental field utilize new digital imaging technology allowing us to better diagnose and see details that we could not see otherwise with conventional film radiographs. Furthermore we can reduce the exposure of the patient to radiation by 90% with Digital radiography.


  • CBCT and 3D technology have allowed dentists and surgeons to have a complete visualization of the bony status of a patient’s jaw and maxilla. This aids in better planning for wisdom teeth removal, dental implant placements, bone grafting procedures, as well as visualization of a bony pathology.


  • This imaging technique allows the dentist to have a general view of the status of the teeth and bony structure of the mandible and maxilla. This allows the dentist to not only focus on the teeth, but also to diagnose other possible problems such as Temperomandibular joint disease, Sinus infections, cysts etc.

Dental Implants

  • A great solution for patients who are missing teeth and want a fixed permanent solution. Dental implants are made of Titanium – a metal alloy which is 100% Biocompatible (not harmful to our body). Depending on how much bone is present, the procedure of bone grafting could be carried out simultaneously with the implant placement. A period of 3-6 months is required for the bone to grow around the implant. Then an abutment and a crown are fabricated to replace the missing tooth. Implants last theoretically forever with proper maintenance.


  • They say a picture is worth a thousand words! This is certainly true in the dental field as we can now utilize intraoral cameras in order to show patients exactly what we are seeing in the mouth and diagnosing.


  • This safe method of preparing teeth utilizes particles made of silica, aluminum oxide, or a baking soda mixture is used like a sandblaster and is propelled toward the tooth surface by compressed air or a gas. These small particles can remove small particles of decay, stains, as well as make the tooth surface more compatible to receive white fillings, which prolong the life of the restoration.

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