Have you recently been told you should see an oral surgeon for a complicated oral health issue? If so, finding someone you can trust is easier than you might think. The very best oral surgeons are completely committed to continuing education and always stay on the cutting edge of dental technology. Here’s why it’s so important to factor technology into your selection of the ideal surgeon for your oral care needs.
The Power of Advanced Technology
Technology improves our lives in many different ways. Think about the last time you stopped at a red light or read an email. Generally, technology improves safety and efficiency. It also makes various tasks quicker and easier. The same is true for dental technology. Modern dental advancements like 3D digital imaging, IV sedation and guided oral surgeries can make the treatment experience quicker, easier and more comfortable for patients. Additionally, technology makes it possible for an oral surgeon to achieve a level of treatment accuracy that is impossible to achieve without it. To sum up, advanced technology improves treatment outcome.
Technology at Peachtree
At Peachtree Oral and Facial Surgery Dental Implant and Imaging Center, we are committed to using the very best cutting-edge technology available. Dr. Paul Anderson combines his expertise with remarkably reliable and accurate 3-D imaging systems to perform guided dental implant surgery and other surgical procedures. Benefits of technology in an oral care setting include:
i-CAT® 3D digital imaging gives Dr. Anderson a pristine, real-time look at the oral structures below the gums. It allows for greater precision when diagnosing oral problems and when performing oral surgery and other specialty services. Dr. Anderson also uses technology-guided IV sedation to improve patient comfort during treatment.
We’d love to show you how dental technology in Peachtree City, GA can improve the patient experience. Call Peachtree Oral and Facial Surgery Dental Implant and Imaging Center today and we’ll schedule your appointment with Dr. Anderson.