Peak Family Dentistry

Technology

At Peak Family Dentistry, our Hackensack dentists rely on the latest technologies to provide patients with a more comfortable dental experience. We also like to bring tools into our dental office that educate patients about their oral health and help them make the best choices for their smile.

Please, continue reading to learn about a few of the technologies we offer at Peak Family Dentistry.

Digital X-Rays

X-ray technology has come a long way in recent years, and at Peak Family Dentistry, our Hackensack dentists rely on the latest advancements in radiography to provide clear images for superior diagnostics. Digital x-rays are also far safer than they were during previous decades—emitting far less radiation—or radiation that is equivalent to spending a day in the sunshine. Additionally, digital x-rays are environmentally friendly because they require no chemicals for development. They appear instantly on our treatment room monitors!

Intraoral Cameras

Intraoral cameras are about the size of a drinking straw and allow you to see what your dentist sees when he examines your teeth and gums. With this technology, your Hackensack, NJ dentist can broadcast images from your mouth on an exam room monitor. This technology helps educate you about your oral health and enables you to make the best choices for your smile.

Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous oxide provides relaxation during dental procedures for both adults and children. It is a safe gas delivered through a nasal mask. The effects wear off when the mask is removed, making it ideal for patients who want to drive home following their dental procedure. It is also an excellent option for patients who feel anxious at the dentist.

Panoramic X-Rays

Panoramic X-rays also represent an advancement in radiography. Like digital x-rays, this technology emits less radiation but provides clear images for your Hackensack, NJ dentist. Unlike individual digital x-rays, however, panoramic x-rays offer a panoramic view of teeth and gums – showing bone levels, jaw joints, and sinus cavities. Both technologies help your dentist plan treatments and catch small issues before they turn into costly or time-consuming dental problems.

Laser Dentistry

Our soft-tissue laser dentistry is designed to provide an easier dental experience. Lasers are accurate and less invasive than the traditional instruments commonly used in dental procedures. This technology generally means less bleeding, significantly increased comfort, improved accuracy, and optimal healing for you.

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