Modern Dental Office
At CarolinasDentist, we use a suite of leading-edge dental tools and technologies to provide the dentistry of tomorrow, today. Your patient experience is a top priority for us, and our state-of-the-art technology allows us to enhance your comfort, keep you safe and in great health, and maximize your time with us.Contact Us
Digital X-rays are a more efficient and more comfortable way to get X-rays taken. They use electronic sensors instead of traditional film, which also means they’re available for viewing immediately (no waiting for processing!). Another big plus is that they’ve been shown to emit less radiation than traditional X-rays.
3D Cone Beam Imaging
Our cone beam X-ray rotates around your head to get a high-definition, 3D view of your mouth, jaw, and neck. Such a comprehensive, detailed look is extremely useful when planning complex treatment like dental implants.
iTero® Digital Impressions
You don’t have to deal with the uncomfortable process of getting those goopy impressions taken anymore. We use iTero to take precise digital impressions of your teeth. In just a couple of minutes, we’ll have a 3D model of your mouth to show you and use for treatment planning.
Have you ever been to the dentist, had them point out an issue, and wish you could see it with your own eyes? Observing and understanding what’s going on with your teeth and gums is a crucial part in feeling confident in your dental care and active in your own treatment plan. We use intraoral cameras to take pictures and video of your mouth and then project them onto a screen so you can see what we see.
Instead of going back for multiple visits and waiting weeks for your dental crown to be made by an outside lab, our CEREC system lets us do it all from our office, the same day as your appointment. In less than two hours, CEREC turns digital impressions into a virtual design into a custom-fitted restoration with its on-site milling unit. You can learn more about same-day dental crowns on our Restorative page!
While lasers may seem like something out of science fiction, they’re an incredibly helpful tool in dentistry. Soft tissue lasers are used to treat things like gum disease with precision, resulting in a more comfortable procedure and a speedier recovery. Hard tissue lasers replace the need for noisy, vibrating dental drills, the cause of many people’s dental fear and anxiety, and they can even eliminate the need for anesthetic.Contact Us