SoproLIFE® (Light Induced Fluorescence Evaluator) is a minimally invasive diagnostic tool which enables Dr. Amer to evaluate the teeth for active decay. SoproLIFE® relies on a patented process in which a specific wavelength of light is used to highlight the difference between decayed enamel and healthy enamel on the biting surfaces and in between the teeth. During the examination, the results are displayed in real time on a high-resolution video monitor.
The ability to detect tooth decay during the earliest stages will enable Dr. Amer to recommend the most appropriate and most conservative treatment for you.
Digital imaging has revolutionized the dental x-ray process in terms of patient comfort, speed, environmental responsibility, and diagnostic quality. With a single x-ray sensor, we can capture an incredibly accurate image of your teeth and jaw bone in seconds while reducing your radiation exposure by as much as 80%. The final images are easy to view and will help you to understand your current dental condition as well as your treatment options.
Digital x-ray imaging has eliminated our dependence on the chemicals and packaging that are required for traditional x-ray films.
To better understand your oral health, it is helpful for you to visualize the hard-to-see areas inside of your mouth. With our compact intraoral camera, we can capture digital images of your teeth and the soft tissues within your mouth. These images can then be viewed on a full-sized monitor, enhanced for further clarity, and saved in your personal file or emailed to a corresponding specialist if a consultation is necessary.
During your consultation, your digital images will be used to clarify your treatment needs and answer your questions about your oral health.
The Wand (dental local anesthetic)
When it is necessary to numb certain areas of the mouth for fillings, crowns, or cleanings, we can deliver a painless injection with this pen-sized high-tech handpiece. A computer-controlled system delivers a controlled amount of anesthetic slowly and steadily to the targeted area without causing pain or discomfort—the perfect solution for patients who may be afraid of needles. The disposable handpiece is designed for single-use to reduce the possibility of cross-contamination.
If you’d like to know more about how the latest dental technology can help benefit your smile, contact us today.