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Advanced Dental Technology – Camp Hill, PA

Comprehensive Care with Modern Technology

Dr. Singh and her team members care deeply about providing patients the best services possible, whether it’s for basic checkups or complex treatments involving tooth replacement. Our practice has included dental technologies designed to not only make your care more efficient, but comfortable overall. Below, you can learn more about these devices, how we incorporate them into your treatments, and how they make your visits more pleasant and enjoyable.

How Technology Makes Our Dentistry Better

  • Convenient Digital Impression Systems
  • Detailed Intraoral Cameras and Digital X-Rays
  • Comfortable and Precise Soft Tissue Laser

Intraoral Camera

If you’ve ever completed a dental exam in the past and wished that you could see what the dentist sees in real-time, you’ll appreciate our office’s intraoral camera. This small, handheld device is designed to fit comfortably inside the mouth, capture high-resolution images of your oral structures, and display them on a chairside monitor for convenience. Performing exams in this way ensures you can stay more engaged during your routine checkups and understand why Dr. Singh may recommend certain treatments.

Digital X-Rays

Understanding your oral health means examining areas that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye without the right technology. Our digital X-ray systems are designed to capture the current condition of your bone tissue and do so with over 85% less radiation compared to traditional methods. In just a few minutes, we can then use this information to plan your future treatments. Of course, Dr. Singh takes all necessary precautions to ensure you and your family’s safety during routine X-rays.

Digital Impression System

Creating the perfect restoration for your needs is incredibly important, which is why we’ve incorporated a CEREC digital impression system into our office! Instead of asking you to bite into gray, goopy, impression material, we use a handheld wand to scan your teeth and the overall shape of your mouth. This data can then be sent to a chairside monitor and more closely examined ahead of the restoration’s fabrication.

Soft Tissue Laser

Ensuring the most comfortable experience for our patients is crucial, but that’s not the only thing our office’s soft tissue laser works to accomplish. If you’ve never had treatment completed with a soft tissue laser, you have nothing to worry about. This device, which uses highly-powered light beam technology, also works to only remove areas of tissue that are damaged or decayed. As a result, we can perform certain treatments more conservatively and ensure more of your healthy tissue is retained.