Advanced Dental Technology

At Just Smiles, we focus on you and your needs. Providing you with the best and healthiest smile you can possibly have is one of our primary goals. That’s why we are a value-driven practice that offers the latest advanced dental technology.

Each piece of equipment and technology we use allows us to be able to treat your teeth and your oral health more thoroughly, effectively, and efficiently. Our dental technology makes work easier for our dental team and more comfortable and convenient for you.

Why Does Dental Technology Matter?

We pride ourselves on our dental technology because dentistry is constantly advancing in exciting ways, and we want to be there on the cutting edge to offer our patients the best possible advantages.

Advancements in dental technology usually mean improved comfort, faster recovery times, and more convenient treatments. We believe our patients deserve all those benefits and more, which is why we make an effort to stay at the forefront of dental technology as it emerges.

Types of Dental Technology We Use

Dental technology has advanced greatly over the years, so we feel it’s only right to be able to offer the amazing benefits that come with its use to our patients. Take a look at the types of dental technology we employ at our offices below.

Digital X-Rays

Digital x-rays are a much faster, more accurate way to take images of your teeth than traditional x-rays. Traditional x-ray methods aren’t necessarily unsafe, but with digital x-rays, patients will be exposed to even smaller levels of radiation. Your dentist will also be able to view your images right away and note any issues or areas of concern. Faster images means faster treatment.

Intraoral Cameras

Intraoral cameras are small, handheld cameras that allow patients to see the inside of their own mouths projected on the dentist’s computer screen. They’re a great tool for a practice such as ours that encourages informing and treating patients at the same time. It also provides a more accurate, easy-to-use camera for our dental team.

Soft-Tissue Dental Laser

These types of lasers make many treatments easier to perform. They can treat periodontal disease, contour the gums, and won’t put any sensitive parts of your mouth in danger. These lasers are very gentle and will reduce any dental discomfort or bleeding that might normally come with a dental procedure.

CT Scanner

CT stands for computed tomography, which is a type of x-ray technology that takes in-depth, 3D images of your mouth and teeth. These types of images are more detailed than traditional x-ray images and allow your dentist to map out all aspects of your mouth. With a CT scanner, your dentist will be able to more accurately diagnose and treat you.

Surgical Guide

Surgical guides are the latest advancement in dental implant technology. With the use of a surgical guide, we can place your implant perfectly through pre-mapped imaging. The whole treatment from start to finish is now even more seamless, and you can expect an even easier and more comfortable treatment.

iTero Digital Impressions

iTero digital impressions are quickly-taken images that provide a very detailed look at a patient’s mouth and teeth. These can be taken and sent to labs where dentures, implants, and other similar restorative and cosmetic treatments can be created quickly. This technology will save you time without sacrificing quality.

A Dental Practice With Quality Technology and Quality Dentists

American Dental AssociationALD - Academy of Laser DentistryCDS - Columbus Dental SocietySelected topDentists 2013-2019DOCS - DentalOrganization for Conscious SedationFAGD - Fellow - Academy of General DentistryODA - Ohio Dental Association

Learn More About Our Dental Technology

Questions about our advanced dental technology? Give us a call today to schedule an appointment or learn more about what our dental technology can do for you. We’re excited to help transform your smile with our advanced technology.


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