Dentistry 390 prides itself on its use of the latest technology.
Our intraoral cameras allow you to see inside your mouth using high-quality digital photographs.
Digital radiography allow us to take an instant view of your teeth or entire jaw using less radiation than traditional x-rays.
Our laser dentistry is the absolute latest in effectively treating many dental conditions, including cavities, gum disease, healing canker sores and root canal treatment. For periodontal (gum) treatment we are replacing incisions and stitches with a much less invasive and comfortable procedure that can have incredible results that are equal to traditional periodontal surgery. By far the best advance in root canal therapy, the PIPS system creates a series of acoustic shockwaves that creates a much cleaner canal system and that is what ensures the longevity of your tooth after root canal treatment. Another benefit of the procedure is the time savings making it a much faster procedure. Watch a video about how the PIPS technique using the Lightwalker Dental Laser provides the most thorough root canal treatment painlessly.
Watch a video about the PIPS 3D Animation Lightwalker Dental Laser:
NightLase® therapy is a non-invasive, patient-friendly laser treatment for increasing the quality of a patient’s sleep. NightLase decreases the amplitude of snoring by means of a gentle, laser-induced tightening effect of the soft palate. Patients find NightLase to be a highly comfortable and satisfying solution. NightLase requires no device to be worn during sleep and involves no chemical treatment. It’s a gentle and easy way to regain a good night's rest.
At Dentistry 390, our dental hygienists are trained in laser treatment for gum disease. Laser Bacterial Reduction is painless, quick and very effective treatment that helps destroy the bacteria associated with gum disease. It is an additional procedure that we offer to help improve your oral health and general health as well.
Our new 3D Conebeam Digital Machine allows us to see a detailed three dimensional view of your jaw. For implant treatment planning, even for simple cases, cone beam imaging allows for concise and predictable treatment planning. Anatomic landmarks such as nerves and blood vessels can be precisely marked and allow us to virtually place your implant before actually placing the implant.
3D imaging is indispensible in a wide range of dental diagnosis and treatment planning. 3D imaging can be used when treating difficult root canals by allowing a detailed internal view of the tooth. For wisdom teeth, 3D imaging will help locate important nearby anatomy such as nerves, blood vessels and sinuses. It helps diagnosis pathology of all types, helps in understanding the cause of previously undiagnosed pain and visualizes sinus pathology. For orthodontics, 3D imaging offers a view of the teeth that can be used to accurately visualize both erupted and non-erupted that conventional 2D radiography cannot.
If necessary, we can provide a copy of your scan if you need to be referred to a specialist, saving you the extra cost and need for another x-ray.
Aquarium uses stunning 3D graphics and videos to demonstrate dental treatment such as oral surgery and orthodontic procedures, appliance use, dental hygiene, and more. Aquarium helps make complex treatment easy to understand.