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Dental Technology

Our Dental Technology

At Graham Family Dental & Spa, we have invested in superior technology to provide the best dental care to our patients in Greenville, TX. When you book an appointment with us, you’re saying yes to innovative technology that makes your treatment easier, faster, and more convenient. Schedule a session with Dr. Graham-Wyatt today if you’d like to experience the beauty of our technology.

Sirona CEREC MCX Miller

The Sirona Cerec MCX Miller, for wet and dry milling, makes the process of getting dental restorations faster, easier, and more precise. This beautiful and highly efficient innovation makes it possible for you to get your dental crowns in a single visit. Thanks to its dry milling capabilities, you don’t have to wait for your restorations to be dried, and you can get everything you require through a simple chairside procedure.

State-of-the-art Sirona Cerec machine for precision dental restorationsAnother view of our advanced Sirona Cerec machine for same-day dental treatments
Dentsply Primescan Intraoral Scanner

The Primescan Intraoral Scanner is our digital scanning tool that allows our dentist to have a sharp-focus view of your affected teeth. Whether you’re coming in for a single tooth treatment or need treatment for a full arch, Primescan captures everything that the dentist requires to come up with a successful treatment plan. What’s even better is that Primescan makes data sharing smoother, resulting in better collaboration and faster results.

Advanced Dentsply Primescan Intraoral Scanner for precise digital impressions
Dental Lab For In-House Appliance Fabrication

Our dental lab is equipped with Drufomat, which allows us to make oral appliances in-house. Our dental lab makes custom whitening trays and night guards, especially for patients struggling with bruxism. Thanks to the technology we have invested in, you can get a smaller and more comfortable oral appliance to help with your sleep apnea. This appliance works excellently and is more convenient and less expensive compared to the bulkier and noisy CPAP machine, which is used in the management of sleep apnea.

Do you want to experience dental care in a dental office that combines years of professional experience with leading-edge technology? Give Graham Family Dental & Spa a call today.

Epic X™️

The Epic X™️ laser from Biolase®️ is three tools in one: a soft tissue laser, a pain-relieving laser, and a teeth whitening laser. No needles, no drills, just results! Laser Dentistry is the cutting-edge technology our patients will love! It allows us to be more precise and quickens the healing time. Call us today to learn about our NO-SHOT dentistry!

Epic X laser machine for pain-free laser dentistry, eliminating the need for drills or needles

Perfectio+ uses LED (Light-Emitting-Diodes) technology, using red and infrared light that can effectively penetrate into the skin. The LED light is known to promote the production of cells, collagen fibers, and elastin. The Perfectio+ treatment probe (metal head) will heat up to 40° to 104° to 107° Fahrenheit to provide topical heating that increases local blood flow at the treated area.

Perfection+ device promoting production of cells, collagen fibers, and elastin for enhanced dental results

What advancements in dental technology should I be aware of?

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Recent advancements in dental technology include digital X-rays, which offer lower radiation and faster results; CAD/CAM technology for same-day crowns; laser dentistry for less invasive procedures; and 3D printing for precise modeling and restorations. These technologies improve diagnostic precision, treatment outcomes, and patient comfort.

How does digital imaging improve my dental care experience?

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Digital imaging, including digital X-rays and intraoral cameras, provides immediate and clear images. This allows for quicker diagnosis, less radiation exposure, and a better understanding of your oral health condition. You can view these images instantly, which helps our dentist explain your oral health status and treatment options more clearly.

What is CAD/CAM technology, and how does it benefit me?

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CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing) technology is used for the design and production of dental restorations like crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, and bridges. It benefits patients by reducing the waiting time for restorations, often allowing for same-day procedures, and providing a more precise and custom fit.

How is laser dentistry used, and what are its advantages?

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Laser dentistry is used for a variety of procedures, including cavity removal, gum reshaping, and whitening. Advantages of laser dentistry include less pain and discomfort, reduced need for anesthesia, decreased bleeding and swelling, and a lower risk of infection. It can result in faster healing times and more conservative treatments.

Are there any new technologies that help with early detection of dental issues?

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Yes, technologies like DIAGNOdent and VELscope assist in the early detection of dental issues. DIAGNOdent uses laser fluorescence to detect cavities hidden in the cracks and crevices of teeth. VELscope is an imaging technology that uses fluorescent light to detect abnormalities in the mouth, including early signs of oral cancer.