Supporting our patients with the newest dental technology
You save time and money by coming to us, because of our strong commitment to dental technology. You receive dental treatments, oral scans and new teeth components in one place and mainly in one appointment.
We’ve invested in quality dental technology to:
- improve and personalise your dental experience
- maintain and heighten the dental care you receive
- reduce the need for you to travel to other locations for scans or dental treatments
- eliminate the creation of new teeth components at an external laboratory.
We’re proud to use modern tools and technologies at our dental surgery. Our experienced dental staff use dental technology efficiently and appropriately to ensure comfortable patient experiences in the dental chair.
Why we invest in dental technology
We’re a dental clinic that invests back into the practice. So, you see your fees going towards the continued provision of quality patient care and optimal patient experience. Patient care and patient experience are our highest priorities.
We believe that committing to using up-to-date technology helps us maintain these priorities.
Our practice makes sure our commitment to the ongoing improvement of the dental surgery happens while you continue to pay reasonable and manageable service fees.
We’re proud of our technology. So let’s take a look.
Coming for a teeth cleaning treatment means you’re now getting a more detailed clean, in less time than a traditional clean. Developed using top-of-the-range Swiss technology, the EMS Airflow tool eliminates plaque buildup in a minimally-invasive way.
Instead of taking up to two weeks to receive a new crown, veneer, onlay or inlay, using the CEREC system on-site means you can get the new tooth component in one convenient appointment.
There are multiple components to the CEREC system:
A 3D intraoral scanner is more accurate, faster and easier than traditional moulds.
The CEREC software uses artificial intelligence in the design of restorations.
CEREC Milling Unit
The CEREC milling works in conjunction software are optimally synchronise with each other. Grinding and milling the designed restoration is extremely precise, achieving incredibly smooth surfaces. Even extremely fine fissures are very precisely prepared and the edges are very even.
The CEREC SpeedFire fastest sintering furnace on the market and can sinter a full-contour zirconium oxide crown allowing us to complete your restoration in one visit.
Our trained dentists use laser dentistry treatments for both surgical and non-surgical applications. Laser dental surgery results in less pain and faster healing, while laser therapy helps patients with conditions like TMJ.
When planning procedures such as dental implants or orthodontics, our dentists use CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) scans to create detailed oral images.