At Rien Dental, we pride ourselves in having a serious commitment to ensuring we always provide the latest in dental technology. Our commitment to a high-tech dental practice means we can aim to provide patients the most up to date and advanced dental treatment available, often resulting in reduced treatment times and cost.
Low Dose Digital X-Rays
Using up to 90% less radiation, Low Dose, Digital X-Rays have surpasses their previous film counterparts as a safer more efficient option. With this x-ray technology you can view your results almost instantly, while you sit in the dental chair. Moreover, this efficiency and extra detail allows us to better detect and treat any potential problems in a safe, efficient way.
Digital Intra Oral Camera
The Intra Oral Camera allows for you to see what we see when examining your mouth. Our wireless Intra Oral Cameras are easily manoeuvred throughout your mouth so you can watch live on the overhead screen. This allows you to see your teeth and gums up close so you can gain a more comprehensive understanding of any problem areas.
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Dental cone beam computed tomography (CT) is a special type of x-ray equipment used when regular dental or facial x-rays are not sufficient. We can use this technology to produce three dimensional (3-D) images of your teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways and bone in a single scan. It is essential technology for dental implants.
Advanced Orthodontic Software
We use one of the best orthodontic software in the world for orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning. We can accurately show you what will occur during the treatment visually, illustrating the necessity of treatment and explaining how we will treat them.
Microscopic dentistry permits us to detect and see things that would normally remain undetectable to the human eye. This allows a greater level of detail and accuracy in many areas including general dentistry, endodontics, diagnostics and reconstructive procedures. Microscopic dentistry also benefits the patient as the enhanced images the dentist view are then projected onto the overhead screen so you can see what your dentist sees, increasing your understanding of your dental treatment.
Computer Guided Implant Surgery
Computer Guided Implant Surgery is the latest advance in implant placement. With this advanced dental technology we combine the use of a 3D CT scan with computer software to accurately and precisely plan the implant surgery. This eliminates the guesswork involved determining what parts of the jawbone offer the best sites for dental implant placement.