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Digital Dentistry in Whitby, ON

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Whitby Dental Studio provides digital dentistry services in Whitby, ON. To learn more about our advanced equipment and techniques, please call our office at 905-666-2750.

What is Digital Dentistry?

Digital dentistry uses high-tech equipment and techniques to provide better patient care. Digital equipment improves dental imaging as well as diagnosis and treatment.

Benefits of Digital Dentistry

Enhances Accuracy

With digital imaging, dentists can see what is happening inside the teeth and gums. This benefit helps them to plan safe and efficient procedures.

Improves Diagnostic care

With enhanced digital images, dentists can detect problems at earlier stages, providing fast and accurate diagnoses.

Facilitates Better Communication

Dentists can share images with patients to help them understand their treatment.

Safer, More Comfortable Procedures

Dental lasers make soft tissue procedures safer and more easily tolerated. They reduce post-procedure bleeding and discomfort as well as prevent infection.

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Why Choose Whitby Dental Studio?

We provide comprehensive care in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere. We believe that careful attention to preventive care can save you the expense of more complex dental issues in the future. We provide preventive care to family members of all ages.

Procedures Offered

CAD/CAM Restorations
CAD/CAM is an acronym that stands for computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing. CAD/CAM technology is used to help the dental team fabricate precise shapes and sizes for dental restorations including inlays, onlays, crowns, and bridges.
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Laser Dentistry

Lasers in dentistry allow for many dental procedures to be performed with no noise, very little pain, and fewer appointments. All lasers work by delivering energy in the form of light.

When used for surgical and dental procedures, the laser acts as a cutting instrument. When used for “curing” a filling, the laser helps to strengthen the bond between the filling and the tooth. When used in teeth-whitening procedures, the laser acts as a heat source and enhances the effect of tooth-bleaching agents.

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Biomimetic Dentistry

Biomimetic Dentistry is defined as the reconstruction of teeth to emulate their natural biomechanical and esthetic form and function. Simply put, biomimetic dentistry means to copy what is life-like. With biomimetic dentistry, only the damaged and decayed part of the tooth is removed and the final restoration is bonded to the remaining healthy natural tooth structure. Biomimetic restorations include stress-reduced direct composite restorations and porcelain/composite inlays and onlays that restore the biomechanics of broken and damaged teeth. Traditional dental treatments do not follow the biomimetic approach.

When restoring damaged, broken, and decayed teeth, the goal is to return the tooth to its original strength, function, and esthetic. Biomimetic dentistry accomplishes all of this in a conservative approach with strong and attractive results.

Frequently Asked Questions About Digital Dentistry

Are Digital X-rays safe?
Digital X-rays use less radiation than film X-rays. The dentist will offer them at safe intervals to protect you. You will also wear an apron containing lead to protect your body from rare radiation side effects. Digital X-rays are appropriate for children and adults.
Can the 3-D scanner replace standard impressions?
Yes, the scanner can replace impressions for many uses. The most common is creating a 3-D model of the mouth for use when designing clear orthodontic aligners.
Why is laser oral surgery safer?
Lasers automatically sterilize the area where they work. This benefit cuts down on post-surgical infections. The procedure is also more comfortable since the laser does not physically touch the soft tissue.
Can I see images from the intraoral camera?
Your dentist will share this information with you regarding your treatment. Sometimes seeing a problem up close is enough to help a patient make important treatment decisions.
Why do patients need to receive yearly X-rays?
X-rays catch hidden problems significantly earlier than a visual inspection. X-rays make cavities, abscesses, cysts, and more issues easier to find.
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