Advanced Dental Technology Yukon

Making Dentistry More Comfortable & Accurate

Dentist pointing to a computer screen showing x rays of teeth

Our commitment to providing high-quality dental care extends beyond the services we offer. We want to ensure that you visit a practice that is dedicated to delivering comfortable solutions that produce accurate results. By incorporating advanced dental technologies in Yukon, such as digital impressions, a CT/cone beam scanner, and an intraoral camera, we can deliver on our promise to change the way you see and experience dentistry firsthand. Review the types of technologies we use and call us if you have any questions.


Digital Dental Impressions

Man having digital dental impressions taken

Once used as the only method of capturing dental impressions, cold dental putty is now a thing of the past. Using state-of-the-art technology, we can easily scan your teeth and gums to produce a three-dimensional model of your mouth when preparing you for a custom restoration. Used by dental labs to create your crown, veneers, etc., this eliminates the mess and delivers greater patient comfort while also producing more accurate restorations.

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

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More advanced dental treatments require an in-depth look at your head, bones, tissues, and even nerve pathways. Since digital X-rays can only capture so much, we often turn to our CT/cone beam scanner. This 360-degree rotating arm encircles your head to take hundreds of pictures that come together to create a single 3D model of your facial and oral structures. Based on our findings, we can formulate a clear plan when determining how best to place dental implants or perform root canal therapy.

Intraoral Camera

Gloved hands holding a white pen like intraoral camera

We can easily remove the guesswork about what is happening inside the mouth with the help of our intraoral camera. Scanning your teeth, you can see in real-time which issues are present and how our team plans to address them. In addition, we can provide valuable patient education that is designed to improve your oral habits at home and go over why certain services are required to help you maintain better health and wellness.