3D HD Stereoscopic Microscopy
Dentistry is considered micro-surgery where all measurements are taken in millimeters. In order to provide the most precise work possible, Dr. Muneer uses a 3D HD Stereoscopic camera during your dental exam. You have probably seen your tooth pictures on computer screens or TVs, but have you seen them on a 65” UHD screen, live, in 3D wearing 3D glasses? We’re willing to bet you haven’t. Don’t just talk about it, actually see it! This helps you better understand your dental problems and what can be done to fix them.
The microscope is more than just a tool for allowing detailed, close-up work. It allows the beams of light to land directly on the teeth, which minimizes the uncomfortable glare in your eyes that you’ve most likely experienced at other offices. This technology provides both precision and quality that can’t be beat.
A radiograph allows Dr. Muneer to see everything that can’t be seen with our own eyes. This includes any cavities that are in-between your teeth, the overall health of your bones and the bone level. Dr. Muneer and staff always carefully choose when and which radiographs are taken, as certain guidelines must constantly be followed.
Dental radiographs are imperative when trying to diagnose and treat oral health. Digital Imaging Technologies are always utilized by Dr. Muneer, as exposure time is an amazing 50 percent less than a traditional radiograph. A digital image also provides us with important diagnostic data. These images can then be easily stored or transferred to insurance companies or specialists.
Computer Assisted Anesthesia
Do you cringe at the sight of that metal syringe when you need anesthesia? You won’t anymore! A dental visit is much more than just nitrous oxide. Dr. Muneer uses “The Wand STA”, which uses patented Dynamic Pressure Sensing technology to provide virtually painless anesthesia.
A digital X-ray provides more precision for us, as we can contemplate the image closely on a computer monitor. We no longer need to put the X-ray up to a light. Another major perk is the fact that a digital X-ray results in just 1/6th of radiation exposure to our patients.
3D images are usually reserved for implant placement. However, our Accuitomo 170 is at the leading edge of 3D imaging. Not only does the Accuitomo 170 offer guidance in precise and predictable implant placement, it also helps with:
Our practice uses Intraoral Cameras to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of your oral health. This small camera gives us a clear and detailed image of your teeth and gums. This then allows us to make an accurate diagnosis of your problems. An Intraoral camera allows us to take enlarged images that are much clearer and can help us spot important details that the standard mirror examinations may have missed. You’ll enjoy less chair-time and super fast diagnosis! Not only that, we can save all of the images from the camera to our computer, keeping a permanent log of your treatments. They can be printed for your personal use or sent on to a specialist, lab or insurance company.