Advanced Dental Technology – Sugar Land, TX

Precise Care & Beautiful Dental Results

Our dentists are always staying up-to-date with the latest technology in their field, and it’s not just to have flashy gadgets in the office—it’s to provide the most precise treatments and accurate diagnoses. Tested and reliable instruments like our digital impression system, digital X-ray imaging, and soft tissue laser makes each of your appointments more streamlined and comfortable.

Digital X-Rays

In the past, dentists would use film X-ray imaging to be able to examine the area that lies below the gumline. Unfortunately, not only did the photos take awhile to develop, but they also weren’t always the best quality. Today, we utilize our digital X-ray system that captures images of the mouth so we can diagnose common oral problems like impacted wisdom teeth, TMJ dysfunction, or decay between teeth.

Intraoral Camera

Our intraoral cameras are small, handheld devices that we can maneuver around your mouth to gain an up-close view of hard-to-see nooks and crannies between and around your teeth. The camera has the ability to take video footage as well as still images that we can project on our large chairside monitor. This allows you to view what we’re looking at, helping us better explain any issues that you may face and how our recommended treatment plan can address them.

Digital Impression System

Have you ever needed to visit your dentist for a crown or mouthguard? You likely had to have a goopy block of putty placed in your mouth to capture an impression of your teeth, then. Not only is this uncomfortable, but it also isn’t as accurate as it could be. We utilize our precise digital impression system to create a digital blueprint of your arch or teeth that we can send off to our dental laboratory to craft your custom-fitted restoration based on.

Soft Tissue Laser

The soft tissue laser is an amazing device that emits a small, concentrated beam of light out of the tip of it. This light kills harmful oral bacteria and easily removes overgrown or damaged gum tissue without the use of a scalpel or sutures. It also cauterizes the area on-contact, minimizing recovery times, bleeding, and discomfort throughout procedures such as gum recontouring.