Advanced Dental Services & Technology – Carrollton, TX
Welcome to Our State-of-the-Art Dental Office
As technology continues to improve, dentistry evolves and changes for the better. Keeping up with the latest advancements is what allows Dr. Albeer to improve the comfort, speed, and accuracy of all of his treatments. You’ll truly be able to enjoy the best that modern dentistry has to offer! You can learn more about our technology on this page; if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment in the near future, contact our dental office today.
Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences
- Same-Day CEREC Restorations
- Detailed Cone Beam Imaging
- Low Radiation Digital X-rays
During a routine checkup, it’s important for Dr. Albeer to be able to closely examine your mouth in order to find even the smallest signs of decay. An intraoral camera makes this process much easier; it can be used to check the teeth and gums from a variety of angles, and it produces high-resolution images that are transmitted to a TV monitor within seconds. This not only improves our examination, but it also gives us a useful visual aid so that we can point out the problems to you and explain exactly what kind of treatment is needed.
With traditional film X-rays, you were often left waiting around while the images were developed in a darkroom filled with toxic chemicals. You also had to worry about the effect that such a high amount of radiation could have on your body. Thanks to digital radiography, we can develop the images instantly so that they can be viewed right away on our computer system. We’ve also been able to reduce the amount of radiation involved with the process by up to 90%, making the process much safer.
Sirona ® 3D Cone Beam Imaging
A digital X-ray only lets us look at your teeth from a single angle, and it’s somewhat limited in what it can show. That’s where our Sirona® 3D Scanner comes in. It creates a three-dimensional image of your mouth that can be examined from a variety of angles. It also lets us examine the bone tissue and nerve paths that are normally hidden underneath their gums. This makes it easier to plan implant surgery and other treatments that need to take such oral structures into account.
CEREC® Digital Impression System
If you’ve had a dental impression taken for whatever reason, you might remember having to bite down on some extremely messy and uncomfortable putty for a while. The CEREC digital impression system gives us a much cleaner way to create an impression. We simply scan your mouth in order to create the digital model we need to create a crown or another type of restoration. Digital impressions can save you a lot of time and inconvenience, and the results they yield tend to be more reliable.