Advanced Dental Technology – Moorestown, NJ

Using the Latest Technology for the Best Results

Our dedication to providing highly effective, quality dentistry starts with the diagnostic technology we use in our dental office. Whether you’re interested in Invisalign clear aligners or simply receiving a routine dental checkup, our digital dental impression system, intraoral camera, and digital dental X-ray system allow us to make each of your visits precise, streamlined, and comfortable. Learn more about the modern dental technology in Moorestown that we use in our dental office below.

Digital Dental Impression System

Dentist taking digital dental impressions of a patient's mouth

Our digital dental impression system allows us to replace the uncomfortable putty that’s typically used to capture a model of your teeth with a sleek, fast, and precise wand. We’ll simply wave it around your mouth, and it will create a digital blueprint and topography of your mouth that we can then send off to our dental laboratory to create prosthetics, mouthguards, and more. The process takes less than a minute, but it allows us to craft comfortable and perfectly-fitted dental restorations and appliances.  

Intraoral Camera

Two gloved hands holding an intraoral camera

Similar to our digital impression system, our intraoral camera is a wand-like device that we can move around the mouth to get a clearer, up-close view of hard-to-see areas. The footage and still images we capture using this device can be displayed on a large, chairside monitor, allowing us to provide you with a visual explanation of any of our findings. This also aids our team in educating patients on why we recommend certain dental treatment plans.

Digital Dental X-Rays

Dentist showing a patient their digital dental x rays on computer screen

In the past, dentists would use film X-rays to view the area of the mouth that lies below the gumline. Because the images needed to be developed before being able to be viewed by the dentist, this technology would prolong routine appointments. Today, we utilize safe, streamlined, and effective digital dental X-ray imaging. This advanced dental technology allows the images to be immediately viewable by your dentist, and it also reduces radiation exposure by 80%, making it safe for children as well as adults.