Technology at the Office


With iTero 3D scanner, dentists can take images of the teeth in minutes. The scanners feature laser or light-emitting wands that run through the patient's mouth and create an equivalent digital 3D impression. iTero scanners allow for real-time simulations meaning patients will get to watch how the treatment to fix crooked teeth will progress in the future.

Digital X-Ray

Digital X-ray is a form of digital imaging where the x-ray sensors are used instead of traditional film. Because it's digital, it eliminates the need for chemical processes. The digital copy of the x-ray can be digitally transferred and digitally enhanced. Also, less radiation is used compared to conventional radiography.


InBrace is a completely invisible orthodontic solution where the hidden brackets go behind the teeth. What sets it apart is that the straightening method is on autopilot thanks to the personalized Smart Wire system that gently aligns the teeth unlike traditional braces.


KLOwen is the world's first custom braces system to use prefabricated, modular brackets to straighten and align teeth faster, better, and more comfortably than traditional braces. The customized braces uses brace creation software to design custom 3D-printed IDB trays which bonds it precisely according to the patient's needs.


OrthoSelect is a digital orthodontic technology specializing in high quality orthodontic plaster study models. With high quality models, patients expect to experience orthodontic appliances that fit perfectly and work as it is expected.


Opalescence teeth whitening is formulated to be used at home, under the guidance of a dentist. The highest strength formula of its bleaching agent can penetrate the enamel of the teeth and break up coffee, tea, wine, or any other stains in the patient's teeth. Opalescence products have been formulated with potassium nitrate and fluoride to protect the tooth enamel during the whitening process.

3D Printing

3D printing in dentistry allows dentists to quickly and efficiently produce bridges, crowns, and implants for the patient. Thanks to this technology, patients no longer have to wait for weeks to get their dental appliance manufactured. In fact, they can even leave their office wearing one immediately. Our dental office uses Sprint Ray Pro 95. This type of 3D printer seamlessly integrates with our intra oral scanners and dental CAD software with our 3D printing technology. Dentists no longer need to use impression trays or plaster models.


Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) is a special type of x-ray equipment that is used when regular dental or facial x-rays are not sufficient. CBCT consists of an x-ray tube and detector panel that rotates around the patient and captures data using cone-shaped X-ray beams instead of "slices" in which CT scanners are known for.

Electronic Dental Records

IntraOral Camera