An intraoral camera allows your dentist to view your teeth and gums with precise clarity. The camera helps us identify any dental issues or concerns early on, so we can treat them as soon as possible. It also allows us to make a more accurate diagnosis and develop a better treatment plan for each patient. This means less chair time for you!
Show and tell
Sometimes, patients don’t understand why they need complicated dental procedures. If they aren’t experiencing pain or see visual evidence that the procedure is necessary, they may deny treatment. Intraoral cameras, however, allow patients to see their oral health in real-time. This visual can make things easier for the patient and doctor.
These intraoral digital cameras are about the size of pens and are fitted with a light. The camera transmits the images to a computer screen or monitor, where you can see your fractured tooth, abscess, or cavity right away. A picture’s worth a thousand words!
Digital X-Rays will always be on the forefront of oral care technology. You’ll likely get one during your first consultation with Balle & Associates. Whether you’re considering dental implants or just want to learn more about the state of your oral health, reserve your consultation appointment with us so that we can take digital dental X-rays of your mouth and create a detailed treatment plan designed specifically for you.
Digital X-rays offer a number of benefits over traditional X-rays and involve using a special computer sensor instead of conventional film to create a digital picture of your mouth. Since the images from a digital X-ray are posted directly to a computer screen, we can enhance the images to diagnose conditions often before they become a significant problem.
They are usually more convenient than traditional X-rays because the images are displayed on the computer right in front of the patient and can be enlarged to show greater detail. You can see the images with your dentist and learn more about the state of your oral health within minutes.
Whether you are considering enhancing the function and appearance of your smile with superior quality dental implants or other tooth restoration procedures, Dr. Balle or Dr. Guild will take X-rays to determine whether you are a good candidate for treatment.
Dental Technology Benefits for Patients
If you are interested in dental implants or other exceptional tooth restoration procedures, set up your consultation with our Las Vegas dentist practice as soon as possible. We’re proud to offer the latest in dental technology and to render the highest standard of care.