Practice Technology

At Complete Dental, it’s extremely important that we are able to provide our patients with the very best technology. All our equipment is meticulously maintained to the very highest levels. Having the latest technology allows our dentist to easily and quickly diagnose any problems, and to plan treatment in the most effective manner possible. Our specialised equipment includes:

 

Practice Technology

Digital X-Rays & In-house OPG

Unlike conventional x-rays, digital dental x-rays emit minimal amounts of radiation so they are extremely safe. They are the quickest way of diagnosing infections and tooth decay, as the images can be viewed immediately on the screen in our surgery.

An orthopantomogram or an OPG, is a specialised or widescreen view of your lower face. It shows all your upper and lower teeth, as well as your jaws and jaw joints. We may suggest you have an OPG in preparation for orthodontic treatment, to provide a general overview of your teeth and bones, if we need to assess your wisdom teeth and for many other reasons that your dentist will be able to explain.

 

Practice Technology

CAD/CAM Technology

An intraoral camera is extremely useful, taking high resolution images inside your mouth. These can be displayed on our screen, allowing us to explain any problems and potential treatments much more clearly. We use this technology for 3D digital implant planning, as well as the digital design of crowns, bridges, dentures, implant prosthesis and clear aligners.

 

 

Practice Technology

3D Printer

3D printers allow for tight-fitting crown and endodontic models with a smooth surface that results in crystal-clear thermoformed aligners.

 

 

Practice Technology

Rotary Endo

With a continuous, slow and steady rotation, these instruments made of a nickel-titanium alloy are more flexible than the traditional stainless-steel manual files. Activated by a small electric motor, they make the root canal procedure much faster than with conventional files. They are also equipped with a detector that allows the dentist to locate the tip of the root and to avoid perforations.