At Health Style Dental in Regina, our general dentists use a variety of dental technologies to help treat our patients.
Dental Technology At Health Style Dental
We're committed to providing our patients with efficient and comfortable dental care with the use of dental technology. These dental technologies also help us reduce our environmental impact.
Digital Dental Impressions
Digital dental impressions use optical scanning devices to create virtual, computer-generated models of the hard and soft tissues of your mouth.
They capture extremely accurate data in a matter of minutes, without the need for traditional impression materials.
Digital x-ray imaging uses digital x-ray sensors instead of the traditional photographic x-ray film. They produce extremely detailed computer images of the teeth, gums, and other structures and conditions of your mouth.
We use panoramic dental x-rays to create a single image of the entire mouth. The image includes the teeth, the upper and lower jaws, their temporomandibular joints (TMJ), and even the nasal and sinus areas.
The result is a flat representation of the jaw's curved structure, making it easier to analyze each part of your mouth in relation to the whole.
Lasers deliver energy in the form of light. We use soft tissue lasers in a variety of applications to manage gum tissue contours and health.
Oral ID is a minimally invasive oral cancer screening device that uses fluorescence visualization technology.
It allows dentists to identify oral abnormalities like cancerous and pre-cancerous lesions. These abnormalities would be much more difficult to detect with the naked eye.
iTero intraoral digital scanners scan the mouth to capture three-dimensional dental images in minutes.
Intraoral digital scans help dental professionals create accurate physical dental models for restorative dental work, such as dental veneers, crowns, implants, and Invisalign®.
Zephyr Sleep Technologies
We use the MatRX by Zephyr Air, which has a 96% accuracy, to test patients who have been diagnosed with Sleep Apnea and determine if they're a candidate for Oral Appliance Treatment.