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At Advanced Dental Care in Fairless Hills, PA we offer the most scientifically, biologically and technologically advanced materials and techniques available.
We take immense pride in the first-rate technology we utilize in the treatment of our patients, such as:
A premier example of dental technology is Bioslase / Waterlase
Waterlase Dentistry uses laser energy and a gentle spray of water to perform a wide range of dental procedures – without the heat, vibration and pressure associated with the dental drill. With many procedures, it’s possible to use less anesthetic, and often no anesthetic at all.
Your Waterlase Dentist can often get you in and out of the dentist chair faster, since it’s less likely that you’ll need an injection – research shows that the vast majority of patients don’t. It’s nice to avoid that shot, isn’t it? Not using anesthetic can allow your dentist to perform procedures that used to require more than one visit in a single appointment. Also, a Waterlase Dentist can perform procedures that once meant an additional trip to a specialist, saving you even more time.
Lasers have long been the standard of care in medicine for many surgical and cosmetic procedures such as LASIK, wrinkle and hair removal and many others. Waterlase® was approved for hard tissue procedures in 1998 and since has been cleared for numerous additional dental procedures. Thousands of dentists around the world have performed thousands of procedures with less need for shots, anesthesia, drills and post-op numb lips.
Ideal for patients with dental anxiety and allowing multiple procedures to be performed at once, conscious sedation is perfect for those who experience dental fear. Our doctors are licensed to provide sedation and monitor patients in the safest and most effective manner.
The highest resolution x-rays available to date, digital x-rays are produced quickly, in greater comfort, and at greatly reduced radiation exposure to patients.
This small video camera allows you to view your teeth and oral tissues on a television monitor to see exactly what our dentists see as an aid to understanding treatment recommendations.