Dentists have long relied on traditional x-ray machines to capture images of teeth, gums, and underlying bone structures. These x-rays help dentists diagnose specific oral health conditions while also providing visuals to aid in developing an appropriate course of treatment. X-rays can also help patients see how things like tooth decay, oral infection, and dental caries affect the overall health and function of the mouth. Traditional x-rays are limited, however, and patients are often exposed to radiation from the machines that take them.
Today, a much better solution exists. Assure A Smile is excited to announce the arrival of the all-new Gendex 3D Imaging system. With less radiation and advanced 3-dimensional imaging technologies, the Gendex system gives dentists and patients an unparalleled look inside the teeth, gums, and surrounding oral tissues.
As 2011 draws to a close, our Miami dentist office would like to take a moment and reflect on the technologies that have helped us deliver unparalleled quality of service to our patients. From lasers to 3D imaging and beyond, Assure a Smile invests heavily in dental tools that add comfort, convenience, and quality to your dental experience. Our team pursues ongoing education and training as well, ensuring patients receive the highest quality of care each time they visit our practice.
Miami dental professionals have the advantage of practicing medicine in a hub for international research and technological innovation. Often referred to as the Gateway to the Americas, the city of Miami is home to leading medical professionals and organizations from around the world. The medical industry in Miami is exciting and fast paced, exposing local professionals to the latest and greatest high-tech toys. This Miami dentist office is excited to introduce the newest member of the Assure a Smile family: The iTero Scanner.
When we think of dental procedures, what typically comes to mind? If you’re like most people, you think of drilling, jaw-shaking vibrations, and uncomfortable heat. And you cringe. However, times have changed. Dentists in Miami, and professionals nationwide, are now employing exciting new technologies that provide the very same dental procedures with added comfort, convenience, and precision. And patients couldn’t be happier.