Advanced Dental Services & Technology – Estero, FL

The Right Technology for Your Smile

Technology is extremely important to the type of care we provide here at Smile Rejuvenations. Not only does our state-of-the-art facility enable us to deliver extremely comfortable, precise, and predictable dentistry, but it also allows you to know exactly what’s happening each step of the way. This leads to peace of mind that lets you actually enjoy the process of renewing your smile rather than dreading each appointment. Read on below to learn more about some of the technology you’ll benefit from in our dental office!

Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences

  • Fast, Low-Radiation Digital X-Rays
  • Next Level Diagnostics & Planning
  • Intraoral Camera: See What We See

Intraoral Camera

Dental team member using intraoral camera to capture images

Rather than simply shining a bright light into your mouth (and eyes!) to examine your teeth, we can take close-up images of your oral structures using our intraoral camera. Barely larger than a pen, it’s able to create high-resolution pictures so our team can perform more thorough and effective exams. Not only that, but we can display your images on a monitor right over your chair and explain what we’re seeing so you’re always on the same page as our team.

Digital X-Rays

Dental team member capturing digital x-rays

Often, the key to rebuilding someone’s smile lies below the gum line, and to help us see the roots of the teeth as well as the supporting bone, we use X-rays. Unlike traditional film X-rays, our digital X-rays capture crystal-clear images and only take seconds to develop, plus they emit 80-90% less radiation. Even better, we can go over your X-rays with you immediately after taking them, giving you a “backstage” look at your smile.

Cone Beam CT Scanner

Dental patient receiving cone beam C T x-ray scans

While a regular X-ray is great for getting a closer look at a few specific teeth, for the kind of work we do, we often need more information than what they can provide. With our CBCT scanner, we can generate an extremely detailed 3D model of all of the teeth as well as the jaws. This helps us gain a global understanding of a patient’s dental situation and enables us to come up with much more intricate and personalized treatment plans that guarantee a fantastic final result.

Digital Impressions

Dental team member reviewing digital impressions

Before putting any type of restoration into a patient’s mouth, we take impressions of their teeth so we can ensure the perfect look, fit, and feel. Rather than creating a physical model by having a patient bite into a mold filled with dental putty, we quickly scan the mouth with a small handheld device. In a matter of minutes, it captures millions of data points and produces a perfect digital impression we can send directly to our lab. It’s faster, cleaner, and more comfortable for everyone involved!