A warm friendly environment for you and Your family.
We strive to obtain patient relationships based on mutual trust, excellent customer service, and the best patient care available. We provide the highest level of safety and infection control for personal protection. We believe each patient should take an active role in their care, which is why we focus on patient education. Our staff also respects you and your time demands. We encourage you to ask questions so that you can make informed decisions about your dental health.
By 2015, federal government regulations call for health-care offices to implement electronic health records (EHRs) as part of the National Health Information Infrastructure. Many of the details of how this system will function are still being determined, but the general concept is that each patient’s EHR will hold information on their medical, dental, and vision treatments, in addition to pharmacy and laboratory data. Health-care providers will access and update patients’ individual records at their medical appointments, and the information will be housed in an online database that is accessible from any location.
Low Radiation Digital X-rays
With the digital method, a technician glides a small sensor around inside a patient’s mouth and the images instantly pop up on a computer screen in the exam room. The digital images, which look similar to traditional X-rays, can then be enlarged and manipulated, which many dentists say gives them a better feel for what’s going on inside a patient’s mouth.
Patients say they can more easily understand a treatment recommendation because they get a good look at the problem blown up on the screen in front of them, rather than having to squint at a postage-stamp-size shot held up to the light.
An intraoral camera is a camera which is designed to be used in the mouth for the purpose of taking video or still photography. One of the primary uses for an intraoral camera is in patient education. Dentists often find it helpful to be able to show patients exactly what is going on inside their mouths, and to highlight areas where medical attention may be needed. In addition to being used in patient education, such cameras can also be used to take clear visual records for patient files, and to generate material which can be used in consultations and discussions with other dental providers.
Nitrous Oxide Sedation
Popularly known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is a gas that is non-flammable and colorless. The gas is administered to the patient as part of the preparation process for a dental procedure.
Watch videos on a monitor above your head as your dental procedure is performed.