Technology is propelling dentistry forward with incredible speed. Procedures are being refined to provide you with
faster, less invasive treatment that is performed with less effort and more comfort, all while improving the world
around us. These modern advances allow for earlier treatment that, with the improved precision occurring during
dental procedures, drastically reduces your recovery time. You’ll be thrilled with the results!
Introducing Laser Dental Procedures
FDA-approved dental lasers mean less pain and faster healing for you! Procedures that were previously done with
scalpels or incisions can now be accomplished with a laser. Less-invasive treatment equals improved results and
speedier healing. We are also able to cosmetically remove uneven gummy smile lines, clean and shape inflamed tissue
around crowns, halt gum disease, and heal painful canker sores and mouth ulcers with instant relief! You will be impressed!
The Cleanest Your Teeth Can Be
Cleaner teeth mean less chance of infection developing within your mouth. We use the Piezo Scaler™ to aid in removing
deposits of plaque and calculus (tartar) from your teeth, especially under your gumlines. Unlike traditional scaling
instruments, which rely on scraping and picking to eliminate these hard-to-remove substances, this hand tool uses
high-frequency vibrations to enable us to remove deposits on your teeth with ease. It even handles the deep gum pockets,
as necessary to arrest gum disease. Your teeth will have never felt so clean! As an added bonus, most patients report
less irritation to their mouth with the Piezo Scaler.
75% Reduction in Radiation
We offer digital X-rays! With digital X-rays, there is no delay while images are being developed. In addition, the
state-of-the-art technology lowers your exposure to radiation by 75% as compared to conventional non-digital X-rays.
A simple digital sensor slipped inside your mouth also makes possible true panoramic imaging displayed on a screen
and ready for viewing.
Digital X-rays provide amplified views that are not possible with traditional film systems. Without changing the original
data, images can be enlarged, sharpened, rotated, or colorized. With digital files, recent images can be superimposed
over prior images to expose changes to dental health. As an added benefit, no developing chemicals are needed, so this
style of X-ray is also environmentally friendly.
Intra-Oral Camera Makes You a Part of the Team
Dr. Park believes that your improved dental health will take a team effort. He also understands that technology
makes it easier for you to participate in the critical decisions that involve your teeth and gums, which why he
uses the intra-oral camera. This small, advanced video camera produces a close-up picture of the inside of your
mouth. When you can see for yourself why certain areas need help, you can be more fully engaged in each treatment decision.
Nothing beats an easier, more comfortable dental visit. If you have questions about the
latest dental technology, give us a call today at (215) 716-7228.