At Denstética we are always looking for new ways to innovate with the latest technology available to bring the best quality in dentistry resources and state of the art dental care for all of our patients.
Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing
CAD/CAM stands for Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing. CAD/CAM technology allows the delivery of a well-fitting, aesthetic, and durable prostheses for the patient.
This makes it easier to create cost-effective parts for you. It allows us to make faster dental impressions, to create top-notch, precise dental parts, and to reduce the total number of steps used to replace your tooth.
These guides are used to create a reproduction of the patient’s intraoral surfaces; they also make the surgeon’s work easier by allowing them to install implants into the bone with accuracy.
These guides work as a pathway to direct the surgical instruments / implants to the location in which they need to be set in. Also, it reduces post-surgery trauma, making it faster for the patient to heal.
This method of scanning is used to create a 3D surface model of a patient’s mouth portion. A full scan can take up from 45 seconds to a minute.
It’s a non-invasive diagnose method that reduces costs by eliminating conventional impression methods and materials and can be used in various fields of dentistry.
Laser treatment in dentistry is commonly used to spare the use of more invasive methods. Lasers are used to remove tissue, clean and whiten the teeth, treat gum disease, etc.
This dentistry method has shown to be more effective than most conventional ones, as they reduce the impact that those procedures have on the patient.
Requiring the assistance of third-party laboratories makes dental procedures take longer. At Denstética, we do not require third-party laboratories.
This helps both the patients and the doctors save time, reducing the total number of appointments a patient has to make and ensuring quality results.
X-rays are images your doctor takes with a specialized machine to evaluate your overall dental health. The images can capture different parts of your mouth (gums, teeth, jaw, etc).
This helps us identify what different problems or issues your oral health presents and others that we can help prevent.