Advanced Dental Technology

At TruYou Dental, we strive to provide the best technology for convenient, effective dentistry. Our team stays up-to-date on the latest technology and incorporates proven methods that can help our dental care to be more precise, accurate and comfortable.

Digital Smile Design

With Digital Smile Design, a few photos of your face and closeups of your smile allow us to create side-by-side images of your before and after smile. There is nothing quite like seeing the preview of your proposed new smile within the frame of your face. This process is the beginning of our conversation with you to discuss the details of how we can deliver a custom, handcrafted result. We find that outcomes are best when you can have input from the very beginning. Issues related to length, width, shape and shade can all be addressed from the very first visit. 

Computer-Guided Implant Placement

During our implant consultation we will take a 3D CT scan to determine if single or multiple implants are right for you. Our state-of-the-art CT Scan features ultra-low dose radiation, and we can tailor the image to a small section of your mouth. The 3D images give us insights as to how to perform the most minimally invasive surgery possible. We use the CT 3D image to do a dress rehearsal by placing the exact size implant digitally. The image is then sent to our lab to provide us with an implant guide that your surgeon will use to precisely place the implant. Our surgeons have many years of advanced training in the placement of one or multiple implants. We strongly believe in the use of technology in the consultation phase of treatment in order to come up with the most effective plan for you.

Waterlase Laser Dentistry

Our periodontists are specialists in the treatment of gum disease. They have years of advanced training and experience in how to treat your gums in the most minimally invasive way using the latest technology. We offer the Waterlase laser, which delivers stress-free, gentle gum care. This technology in many cases can replace traditional surgical gum procedures. The advantages of laser therapy is it helps to preserve tissue and bone, promotes more rapid healing, and reduces postoperative discomfort. The Waterlase is also an effective treatment to help with gum disease around dental implants.

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