Advanced Dental Technology Sugar Land, TX
Advanced technology has a profound impact on our lives today, especially when it comes to oral healthcare. Technology not only improves how we diagnose and perform periodontal and dental implant procedures, it greatly enhances the overall patient experience. We can provide more comfortable treatment and deliver exceptional results in a faster, more minimally invasive manner. At Sugar Land Periodontics and Implant Dentistry, we proudly invest in the latest dental technology. Our team is excited to share with you the amazing benefits provided by our state-of-the-art tools and techniques, and look forward to helping you achieve your best smile yet!
Advanced Dental Technology
With advanced dental technology, our experts provide the highest standard of care in periodontics and implant dentistry. Our specialized tools and techniques enable better diagnostics, refined precision and a more conservative approach to treatment.
A highly specific ultrasonic technique that allows our team to treat bone tissue without harming soft tissue. PIEZOSURGERY enables increased precision, patient comfort and faster healing.
Sirona Soft Tissue Laser +
Light energy technology used to perform laser gum therapy. With our gentle soft tissue laser, we treat areas gum disease deep below the gum line, without the use of incision or sutures.
BIOLASE® WaterLase® Lasers +
Advanced dental technology utilized to perform the REPAIR Implant™ protocol for the treatment of peri-implantitis. This protocol addresses areas of infection around dental implants, helping to promote healthy supporting bone tissue and saving implants from failure.
Galileos® 3D Cone Beam Imaging +
Advanced imaging technique that generates highly precise, clear 3D digital images of the mouth, teeth and facial bone structures. Cone beam images greatly improve diagnostic ability and minimize radiation exposure.
Fluorescence technology that assists us in detecting oral cancer, pre-cancer and other abnormalities. It’s a non-invasive device that uses blue light to identify lesions.