At Brice Dental, our goal is always to exceed your expectations. Going above and beyond is core to our values here at the dental office, and that doesn’t stop at the services performed by our long-term team members. Whether you need a basic X-ray, cone beam scan, or soft tissue laser treatment, you can get it done all under one locally-owned roof. To experience modern dentistry for yourself, give our dental office a call to schedule an appointment!
When you’re having a detailed exam performed, it can make you feel left out of the loop. If you’re someone who likes to know the exact condition of your teeth, gums and oral structures or you simply need to see why you may need a specific treatment with your own eyes, you’ll enjoy our intraoral cameras. These handheld, camera-tipped devices capture high resolution images of your mouth, then display them on a monitor for your viewing pleasure!
While X-ray technology helps us plan many different treatments, sometimes we need to take things a step further to gather even more detailed information. With the Vatech 3D CT/Cone Beam Scanner, we can capture a detailed cross-section of your mouth, jaw and other oral structures as part of your treatment planning. When we absolutely need to know the location of your blood vessels, nerves, bone and soft tissue, and other important areas, we can more effectively plan for treatments like dental implants and large mouth reconstructions.
Digital X-rays are extremely effective at capturing in-depth images of your jaw and bone material. They also help us pinpoint the exact location of dental issues should you experience oral discomfort. Going digital ensures that we reduce radiation exposure as much as 80 percent, so you can get your exams with confidence. Of course, we’ll always ask you if it’s okay to capture X-rays, as part of our “ask, don’t tell” policy here at Brice Dental.
Laser technology has become increasingly common throughout the field of dentistry as it’s benefits are ideal for those looking for a more comfortable dental experience. With our dental laser, we can remove infected gum tissue more precisely and comfortably, making your overall dental care experience easier. It’s also ideal for tooth extractions, removing tooth decay, and even lesion removal! Whatever your needs, we’ll make sure you feel comfortable about treatment before moving forward.