An intraoral scanner is a device that is used to capture a direct optical impression. The scanner projects a light source onto the area to be scanned. The images are captured by imaging sensors and are processed by scanning software, which then produces a 3D surface model.
Dental 3D printers feature lights or lasers that polymerize a liquid or fuse a powder with the computer-guided precision required to produce small objects with intricate details. They are capable of producing models, parts and even complete restorations out of a range of materials.
The dentist scans the patient’s mouth with a small digital wand. This creates a 3D image of the teeth and gums, which is saved as a computer file.
Dental 3D printers enable cost-effective, mass-customized digital production of a wide range of dental products.
Dental X-Rays are also known as Dental Radiographs. It is a type of image of your teeth, with the help of that image, the dentist evaluates and examines your oral health. it is an initial and essential part of dental treatment. Taking of X-Rays Help the dentist to find and Diagnosis problems at an earlier stage before they become a major problem
Energy in the form of Rays is passed By X-ray Machine inside the mouth. The teeth, Bones & tissues of the mouth are very dense as compared to other organs, hence it is absorbed X-rays. the infected part of the teeth or Bones or Gums or cheeks don’t absorb the X-rays, Hence it looks darker in the X-ray Film.
Dental X-RAY OPG Advantages :
Precautions While taking X-Ray-OPG :
You may be asked to remove jewellery, eyeglasses, and any metal objects that may obscure the images. You will be asked to stand with your face resting on a small shelf and to bite gently on a sterile mouth piece to steady your head. It is important to stay very still while the x-ray is taken.You will not feel any discomfort during the procedure. Pregenent women should Avoid X-ray.
All four branches of Siri dental hospital are equipped with in house full mouth x-ray facility for the convenience of our patients.
ZOOM TEETH WHITENING
Zoom is a bleaching process widely used throughout the country and around the world to lighten discoloration of enamel and dentin. Tooth discoloration may result from drinking coffee, tea, cola and red wine; or from smoking. The aging process also can stain and darken your teeth. The Zoom in-office tooth whitening procedure uses the Zoom Advanced Power Chairside Lamp – said to accelerate the bleaching process – to activate the 25 percent hydrogen peroxide whitening. As the hydrogen peroxide is broken down, oxygen enters the enamel and dentin to bleach the stained substances, leaving the structure of the tooth unchanged.
The complete procedure takes less than an hour, but a regular teeth cleaning is recommended prior to the actual Zoom teeth whitening session. The procedure begins with a short preparation to cover the lips and gums, leaving the teeth exposed. The dentist or dental assistant then applies the Zoom hydrogen peroxide whitening gel, which works together with the Zoom light to penetrate the teeth and break up the stains and discoloration. The gel remains in place for 15 minutes while the light is activated. During this time, you can relax, watch TV or listen to music.
The gel is applied for three 15-minute sessions of light activation, for a total treatment time of 45 minutes. Individuals with a strong gag reflex or anxiety may have difficulty undergoing the entire procedure. Immediately afterwards, a sensitivity-reducing fluoride paste-gel is applied to the teeth.
A root canal treatment, or endodontic therapy is the removal of the infected pulp from the inner root canals of the teeth that contain it. … This procedure has been performed by dental clinics for many years, but more recently an advanced method of performing root canals was developed and is called rotary endodontics.
INHOUSE DENTAL LAB
Siri Dental team offers comprehensive dental care with the added convenience of our own in-house dental lab to help you achieve and maintain a fully functional smile, you can have top-quality dentures, night guards, mouth guards, and even crowns made by our own lab technicians when you visit one of our clinics.
Our in-house lab allows us to take our own impressions of your teeth and oral tissues and then we control each step eliminating the need to refer them out to an outside lab for fabrication of your restoration or appliance. Whether you need dentures or partial dentures, crowns, an orthodontic appliance, or a nightguard, we’ve got you covered!
Fabricating these restorations in our own dental lab saves you wait times between appointments while making sure that your restoration meets our high-quality specifications and is fully tailored to fit your needs.
Benefits of Our in-house Dental Lab
As you can see, having treatments done in-house offers you many benefits that result in getting a quality restoration! To learn more, please give us a call and schedule an appointment for your next dental restoration crafted in our dental lab.
With the use of new technology such as an intra-oral camera, this discomfort will be a thing of the past. It allows the dentist to look inside the patient’s mouth using a dental mirror with a camera on it. The dentist can see the images taken by the camera on a screen outside of the patient’s mouth without discomfort.
Designed to allow clinicians to capture and display digital images from inside a patient’s mouth, intraoral cameras are a valuable tool for patient education and case documentation.
The main goal in the use of intraoral camera is to assess and diagnose oral health problems. The uses of intraoral camera include: It is used in oral cancer screening. Patients, who are at high-risk for oral cancer such as those who are heavy alcohol drinkers and smokers, are screened for this disease.