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Technology in Our Hackensack, NJ Office

The Advantages of Dental Technology

Technology has become an integral part of our daily lives. It continuously improves to elevate our quality of life and makes our days easier. Dentistry is no exception — dental technology has advanced to make procedures quicker and more comfortable.

We keep our office equipped with the latest technology for your benefit. Learn how we’ve upgraded to ensure your satisfaction during your appointment.

The Solea® Laser: A Dental Miracle

No drills, no needles, and no anesthesia. The Solea Laser has changed the world of dentistry to create a pain-free patient experience, so you can have a more comfortable experience at the dental office.

Laser technology has become very valuable to a dental office. Lasers can make your procedure quicker, less painful, and more accurate.

The pain-free application of the Solea Laser has changed the world of dentistry. Developed by Convergent Dental and based on over 30 years of research, Solea provides a more comfortable dental experience without the need for needles or drills.

Making Dentistry Safer

The laser doesn’t only make you happier, it keeps everyone in our office healthier. Solea reduces the risk of virus and bacteria transmission by limiting the number of aerosols and splatter that are created during a procedure.

Fewer particles floating around in the air means a lower risk of disease transmission. Our patients and our staff are all safer with Solea.

Dental Appointments Are Better With:

Digital X-Rays
Intraoral Imaging
Paperless Charting & Computers
DIAGNOdent™
E-Claims
Automated Appointment Reminders
TVs in Every Room
Digital X-Rays

Digital x-raysDigital x-rays make taking images of your teeth easier, quicker, and safer. Digital scans transmit less radiation than film x-rays, so you won’t have to worry. The digital image is also much clearer and we can zoom in on any areas to identify potential issues.

With these enhanced x-rays, we can get an accurate picture of the condition of your oral health. This helps us identify issues before you even begin to notice them, so we can provide less invasive treatment options.

Intraoral Imaging

An intraoral camera is a small pen-shaped camera that we can use to visually examine your mouth in extreme detail. We’re able to see small areas of disease, cracks, chips, and worn fillings that we wouldn’t be able to see otherwise.

The images we take using this camera will be visible on a screen, so you’ll also be able to see them if you wish. That way, you can gain a better understanding of your oral health and any procedures we may suggest.

Paperless Charting & Computers

Every room in our office features a computer where we can easily access your information and log it. Our office has gone completely paperless for ease of access and for the accuracy of your records. 

Digital charting methods are consistent and enable us to keep track of your dental records efficiently so you can get the care you need. Information is less likely to get mixed up or lost when it’s stored in digital systems, so we can ensure you’re being treated properly.

DIAGNOdent™

DIAGNODENT technologyIn addition to our other diagnostic tools, we also have a small machine called a DIAGNOdent. The DIAGNOdent features a portable laser that enables us to detect cavities more efficiently, especially on the chewing areas of the back teeth. 

These hard-to-reach areas can develop cavities that may go unnoticed for longer due to their position. DIAGNOdent can easily change that — it’s easy to use and alerts us with an audible signal when it detects a cavity.

E-Claims

Rather than sending your dental claim through snail mail, we can conveniently contact your insurer and send the claim digitally. This hastens the process, yet allows us to submit a claim with fewer errors.

Claims through our software are more consistent and easier to create, so we can make sure you’re getting all the benefits you deserve.

Automated Appointment Reminders

We don’t want you to miss your appointment — that’s why we’ve automated appointment reminders. We’ll send you a quick reminder that your appointment is coming up. If you can’t make your appointment, please let us know ahead of time.

TVs in Every Room

If you like a distraction while you’re in the chair, we have TVs conveniently located in every exam room. Just let us know what channel you’d like to watch and you can enjoy your favorite show while you’re at our office.

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See How Much Better Dentistry Can Be

Dental visits have become quicker and more comfortable with the help of advanced technology. That’s why we make sure to keep up with the latest advances. We’re here to help improve your experience with dentistry.

To learn more about us, contact our office by dialing (201) 487-7030 or by filling out our online contact form. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is laser dentistry painful?
Are dental lasers safe?
What are the different types of dental x-rays?
How often should you get dental x-rays?
Are dental x-rays harmful?
Is laser dentistry painful?

No. In fact, laser dentistry is much less painful than traditional tools such as drills. Most patients greatly prefer the laser over other dental tools because it’s more comfortable, less noisy, and recovery time after a procedure is quicker.

Many patients can go through their appointment without the need for local anesthetic, so you won’t have to feel numb afterward. To top it off, the light from the laser stimulates cells in your body to heal faster so you won’t be in as much pain after your procedure.

Are dental lasers safe?

Yes, dental lasers are safe. They’re more accurate, less painful, and help you to heal quicker after your procedure. The light from the laser stimulates the cells in the area, so they’ll grow and close any wounds faster. This means you won’t be uncomfortable after your procedure for long.

What are the different types of dental x-rays?

There are two main types of dental x-rays:

  • Intraoral – This is the most common type of dental x-ray, taken inside the mouth. This x-ray shows the health of your teeth and their roots so your dentist can monitor your status.
  • Extraoral – Extraoral x-rays do also show your teeth, but they’re taken more for the jaw and skull. They don’t provide as much intricate detail as intraoral x-rays, but they show the larger context of your teeth in your head.
How often should you get dental x-rays?

We generally take x-rays once a year for most patients. This helps us to keep an eye on your teeth and makes sure there aren’t any cavities or oral issues that are escaping our notice. Sometimes, these issues aren’t visible to the human eye and don’t hurt, but they can be seen on an x-ray.

We may take x-rays more often if you have a condition that necessitates it. We’ll let you know if you fall into this category.

Are dental x-rays harmful?

No, dental x-rays aren’t harmful. While they do emit a small amount of radiation, this is so small that it won’t cause any side effects. Our new digital x-rays are even safer, so you won’t have to worry.

We do limit the number of x-rays we take for your safety. We usually take x-rays once a year to monitor your oral health, unless you have a condition that we need to keep a closer eye on.

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