Advanced Dental Technology – Beverly Hills, CA
in the Dental Field
Our dentists are dedicated to providing technology with purpose, not simply because. When we incorporate new devices or techniques into the practice, it’s because we believe it will make your experience more comfortable, comprehensive, and enjoyable overall. Whether it’s through diagnostic procedures or more complex services, you can expect a practice that keeps up with the times, not one that gets left behind. We look forward to providing you exceptional dental care, so don’t wait to schedule an appointment today!
Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences
- Efficient and Safer
- Hi-Res Non-Radiation
- Radiation-Free Cavity
Detection With CARIVU
An essential part of your preventive care is confirming if underlying problems are present with your oral health. To do this, we capture detailed X-rays of your mouth and underlying bone structure, an area that cannot be seen with the naked eye. Thankfully, our digital X-rays reduce radiation exposure by over 85 percent and take only minutes to complete! To obtain a clear picture of your oral health, we’ll provide you with proper coverings to keep you safe and give you peace-of-mind.
Intraoral cameras can capture high-resolution photos of your teeth, gums and many other oral structures for closer viewing. This makes the exam process more engaging for both patients, so you know exactly why we may recommend certain treatments.
CARIVU® Cavity Detection System
Tooth decay and cavities can develop without you even realizing it because the thick enamel layer of teeth does not contain any nerve endings. This means by the time you start to experience dental discomfort or sensitivity, it’s largely too late to prevent the decay from forming. With the CARIVU cavity detection system, we can catch even the smallest cavities using transillumination technology. Transillumination details decay and porous enamel appear darker under the light, confirming the exact location and extent of your developing decay so that we can decide to treat or just observe.