One of the greatest benefits of using advanced dental technology is that it enhances the predictability and comfort of our surgeries. Not only does it allow us to provide more accurate treatment, but the minimally invasive nature of advanced technology promotes faster and more comfortable healing for you. You can enjoy a more pleasant surgical experience and the confidence of knowing our highly experienced oral surgeons utilize the most advanced technology in Greensburg and Monroeville, PA for almost every dental procedure performed.
CBCT scanning provides a more comfortable x-ray experience with significantly less exposure to radiation. The 3D digital images captured during a CBCT scan improve the accuracy of treatment planning and precision during surgery for better long-term results.
The CHROME protocol improves the predictability and accuracy of implant surgery using 3D treatment planning and custom surgical guides. You can enjoy a more personalized treatment and a streamlined, comfortable, and minimally invasive surgery.
Our 3D printer allows us to create custom surgical guides in-house. Based on digital imaging and design, our printer can fabricate highly accurate products without us needing to outsource to a dental lab, reducing both your cost and the length of treatment.
S.M.A.R.T. bone grafting uses a minimally invasive tunneling technique to improve the predictability and aesthetics of treatment. For teeth in the esthetic zone, S.M.A.R.T. bone grafting results in fewer complications and better long-term functional results.
Platelet rich fibrin is a membrane derived from spinning the patient’s blood in a centrifuge. Placed at the treatment site, this membrane rich in growth factors, accelerates healing and promotes the regeneration of hard and soft tissue.
Fractional CO2 lasers target the deep layers of the skin to heal damaged tissue, improving the overall appearance of the skin and reducing wrinkles. Our laser technology is minimally invasive and comfortable, with immediate results.
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