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The Top Technologies Used By Cosmetic And Restorative Dentists

Many dentistry devices are considered essential, and for cosmetic dentists, their tools of the trade are their lifeline. Cosmetic and restorative dentists need the right tools to create a seamless, enjoyable visit for their patients. Through the list of tools below, cosmetic dentists can provide their patients with excellent care.

The Tools Cosmetic Dentists Use For Perfect Smiles

While most dental products you may be familiar with are toothbrushes and toothpaste, dentists work with loads of tools and equipment manufactured by famous brands to give patients the treatments they need for healthy teeth. Treatments such as implants, crowns, veneers, and even dentures rely on the aesthetic skill of the dentist, but the other half of the equation works with the technology they use in today’s offices to give you a smile you want most. Some of the tools your dentists will rely on to help create your smile include:

  • Dental Lasers: Dental lasers are cosmetic dentistry’s most valuable and versatile tools. Lasers can be especially valuable for gum-lifting and sculpting procedures, as they are gentle, minimally invasive, and comfortable for the most aesthetic results. The minimally-invasive approach they provide leads to faster healing times, and patients can enjoy their new, improved smiles in no time.
  • Semi-Adjustable Articulators: Semi-adjustable articulators help create better occlusal plans for alignment. With these devices, cosmetic dentists can correctly align the teeth and attain balance throughout the mouth, creating the perfect smile for each patient.
  • 3D Simulation Guides: 3D simulation guides help create realistic simulations of the mouth, eliminating the possibility of human error in the design process. While cosmetic dentists can have a proficient amount of judgment when placing products such as implants, 3D simulations improve their accuracy and provide patients with a more immersive experience.
  • Intraoral Cameras: Lastly, intraoral cameras help diagnose problems with the teeth, especially for patients who have tooth fractures, dental decay, and failing dental restorations. These cameras help educate patients about their oral health and help provide them with the informed consent needed to help them make decisions about their oral healthcare.

These pieces of equipment are just a few that your dentist relies on to deliver excellent oral health care. Each of these machines serves a different purpose but is known and respected by the dental community.

Consult Your Dentist About Their Technology and Cosmetic Care

Creating a beautiful dental restoration requires that your dentist has the right tools on hand for the job. Using state-of-the-art equipment is one of the most important aspects of your dentist’s ability to create beautiful restorations. Dentists are experts in the forms of oral health care equipment and products available today. They research and deeply understand the value of these products and how effective they truly are for your smile. If you want to experience quality restorative dental care, consult with your provider during your next visit, and they’ll be able to refer you to a cosmetic or restorative dentist that you and your family can rely on. 

Maureen Karl, DDS, FAGD
As a graduate of the University of Buffalo School of Dental Medicine in 2004, Dr. Maureen Karl continues to hone her craft through continuing education. Dental patients throughout the Granbury, TX area know they can rely on our practice for skilled dental care using the latest practices.