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Advanced Dental Technology

At Chaney Dental, we place a high priority on investing in advanced dental technology. Utilizing the latest practices and tools that the ever-evolving dental field has to offer tends to lead to faster diagnoses, more effective services, and more comfortable treatments for patients. If you have any questions or you would like to learn more about the technology that we offer, feel free to reach out to our team for assistance!

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CEREC machine

Cone Beam 3D Imaging

This type of X-ray creates 3D images that can be used for a variety of treatments, including implant placements, dental extractions, and TMD/TMJ. 3D X-rays show a clear picture of the teeth, jaw, and surrounding soft tissue and how they are all working together. 3D imaging is typically used as a diagnostic tool for restorative treatments and is not used in place of digital X-rays.spanishchef.net

CEREC machine

CEREC® Restorations

Our team uses CEREC technology to create dental crowns and bridges in one convenient appointment. Once the tooth or teeth have been prepared and impressions have been taken, CAD/CAM technology is used to create a permanent crown or bridge that will fit comfortably and blend in seamlessly with nearby teeth. Then, the restoration is placed and the treatment is complete— no temporary crowns or additional appointments required!

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Intraoral Camera

Intraoral cameras are handheld devices that stream live video, which allows patients to see a live feed of their teeth and gums in real-time. They also capture high-quality images that can be added to patient files or used to create impressions of the teeth. Digital impressions are far less messy and uncomfortable than using putty molds, which makes for a more pleasant experience for patients.

Digital X-rays

Digital X-rays take clear images that can be enhanced, which enables our team to diagnose and treat problems earlier. Digital X-ray machines also emit 90% less radiation than traditional X-ray machines, which makes them much safer for our patients and staff to use. The images that are taken are available almost instantly, and can be easily shared and stored for future use.

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