Technology Skowhegan - Technology


Innovative technologies have greatly improved the practice of dentistry. We are proud to be a high-tech practice in which you and your family can obtain the care you need to enjoy happy smiles. At the same time, we have not forgotten the power of personal service. By taking the time to get to know you, we are able to help you achieve your oral health goals.

Intraoral cameras

By using intraoral cameras, we gain valuable information about the condition of your teeth. This technology also improves patient-dentist interaction because we are able to share what we see with you. Because you cannot see all areas of your mouth, the intraoral camera is an invaluable tool in taking clear digital images of all your teeth.

Laser dentistry

Lasers have been safely used in dental care for the past twenty years. This method of care may be incorporated into a number of procedures, from crown lengthening to gum disease therapy and more. The benefit of laser dentistry is that this technology improves your comfort during treatment. Lasers are gentle to oral tissues, powerful against oral bacteria and efficient at achieving the predicted outcome. We now have the latest soft and hard tissue laser called Waterlase, which is capable of doing so much more!

PreXion 3-D imaging (CBCT)

Conventional x-rays are only capable of measuring the height and width of dense oral structures. In order to achieve the standard of performance we demand, it is necessary to have a measurement of depth. Our PreXion cone beam scanner provides the intricate data we need. Patients enjoy more predictable outcomes as well as fast, comfortable imaging processes.

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CEREC in-house milling provides our patients with the convenience they need in today’s busy society. Our team enjoys using this technology to craft lifelike inlays, onlays and crowns in a single visit. Patients not only enjoy fewer visits when they choose CEREC, but they benefit in the long term as well. Restorations crafted from high-quality ceramic are bonded to prepared teeth using precision techniques. Studies have shown that CEREC restorations can last decades.