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Your dental treatment will employ the latest minimally invasive techniques and will be delivered in a comfortable setting by highly skilled clinicians.

Technology

Your smile and oral health is our top priority.

Our specialty practice comprises a state-of-the-art office with onsite technology and expertise to offer all your treatment in one location.

We utilize the the most advanced computer surgery software and technology to assist us placing implants with expert precision as well as treatment of your gums and teeth. Your dental treatment will employ the latest minimally invasive techniques and will be delivered in a comfortable setting by highly skilled specialists.

Digital radiographs
Safer for the environment & safer for you.

With digital radiographs you are not being exposed to the high doses of radiation of traditional x-rays and our specialists are provided with high resolution images that are instantly communicated digitally without the need of film and chemicals.

VELscope

To assist us in early detection, our specialists use VELscope technology to identify cancerous or pre-cancerous tissues.

This harmless handheld device emits bright blue light which is used to inspect the mouth and tongue. The device is extremely sensitive to abnormal tissue changes and the distinctive blue-spectrum light causes the soft tissues of the mouth to naturally fluoresce.

Healthy tissues fluoresce in distinct patterns that are visibly disrupted by trauma or disease, such as neoplastic lesions, fungal, viral or bacterial infections.

CBCT Scan

Cone Beam Computer Topography involved the use of rotating x-ray equipment combined with a digital computer to obtain cross sectional images of soft tissue, bone, muscle and blood vessels.

The CBCT Scanner allows our specialists to:

  • visualize internal anatomy that can not be diagnosed externally
  • plan treatment and surgery
  • prepare necessary aids – surgical guides
  • assess risk

We use the CBCT scanner for help in diagnosing and planning oral surgery, implant planning, cephalometric analysis, TMJ analysis, Airway study, jaw tumours, impacted teeth, periodontal disease & endodontic anomalies.

Computer Guided Surgery

Our goal of dental implant therapy is to accurately and predictably restore out patients dentition. The specialists at Imperio work as a team to diagnose, plan and reconstruct your treatment for optimum results.

With the aid of 3D diagnostics technology we can plan your treatment with the end results in mind through virtual case planing. This technology allows us to accurately place implants to achieve the desired restorative outcome. The ability to communicate and collaborate from the computer to the operative environment leading to better patient care for both surgical and restorative results.

Digital Impressions

Digital Impressions are a more accurate and comfortable way to take a record of our patients mouths.

The digital impression technology captures clear and highly accurate impression data in mere minutes without having to go through the uncomfortable process involved with traditional impressions.

Digital impression technology increases efficiency and accuracy which in turn means there is less chance of error and a better understanding of your treatment because you can view your oral digital images in 3D on the computer screen while having a discussion with your specialist about your treatment.

Waterlase iPlus (Laser Dentistry)

Laser dentistry is one of dentistry’s latest advances. The laser delivers energy in the form of light. Depending on the intended result, this energy travels at different wavelengths and is absorbed by a “target.” In dentistry, these targets can be enamel, decay, gum tissue, or whitening enhancers. Each one absorbs a different wavelength of light while reflecting others.

Laser dentistry can be used for both tooth and soft tissue related procedures. They can find hidden decay in teeth in early stages, and in some cases the decay can be reversed through hygiene and fluoride treatment and may never need filling.

Areas of dental care that benefit from laser technology:

  • Cavity detection
  • Cavity removal
  • Periodontal, or gum related, care
  • Apthous Ulcer treatment
  • Cold Sores
  • Frenectomy (tongue-tie release) without anesthesia or sutures
  • Crown lengthening, gingivectomy and other gum corrections
  • Cosmetic gum reshaping
  • Desensitizing painful teeth
  • Teeth Whitening

Advantages of Laser Care over Conventional Care:

  • Little to no bleeding
  • Faster healing time
  • No vibration
  • Minimal/no anesthesia (needles)
  • Smaller fillings
  • Light instead of heat

Dental lasers have been shown to be safe and effective for treating both children and adults.

Ultrasonic PiezoSurgery

Ultrasonic Piezosurgery is a technology engineered for bone surgery.

This is a remarkable technology that allows us, through the use of vibration, to cut bone but not soft tissue. Using a specific modulation that selectively cuts mineralized tissue your surgical procedure results in less blood and is more sterile due to the lack of trauma to your soft tissue. This allows us to perform high precision bone surgeries with greater respect for soft tissues, increased visibility and enhance healing.

Cerec
One Appointment Crowns

CEREC crowns & inlays are the latest form of porcelain restorations made by utilizing a technology called CAD-CAM (Computerized Assisted Design- Computerized Assisted Milled).

Your tooth is prepared for the crown or inlay, removing all decay and design in a specific way to support the restoration – then a digital impression is taken. The imaging is optical and uses an infrared wavelength to assimilate a 3D computer image of your prepare tooth, adjacent and opposing teeth. After the design has been approved the computer information is sent to the milling (Cutting) station which will sculpt the restorative material to fit the design (Tooth and Bite).

After the restoration is checked for fit, colour and harmony with the tooth and body, the restorative material is then prepared to the manufacturer’s specification then bonded or cemented permanently to the prepared tooth. This is all accomplished within one appointment from start to finish and all within the dental office. You can leave with your crown that same day!

Ask your dentist if they are micro-ig Imperio Preferred

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