Advanced Dental Technology – Hillsboro, OR
Quality of Care
We aim to make all of our patients’ appointments convenient and thorough. One way we’re able to do this is by investing in the latest technology for our practice. With gadgets like our intraoral camera, all-digital X-ray imaging system, and soft tissue laser, we’re able to provide more precise and accurate treatments as well as minimize any risks. To learn more about what advanced technology you may see at our office, keep reading below!
Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences
Safe, All-Digital X-Ray
- In-Network with Dental Insurance Companies
Intraoral cameras are small, handheld devices that we can easily maneuver around your mouth to give us a magnified, clearer view of hard-to-see areas. The camera is attached to a large, chairside monitor as well, which allows us to show you exactly what we’re looking at in real-time and thoroughly explain any treatments we may recommend for the issue. That way, each of your checkups can be more precise and informative.
In the past, dentists would use film X-ray imaging systems, which took longer to develop, used harmful chemicals for the environment, and had a higher radiation exposure. Today, we utilize a safer, faster, and clearer imaging system that’s more reliable and helpful. With it, we’re able to spot a variety of serious issues that could develop below the gums, like cysts and impacted teeth. Plus, it reduces radiation exposure by up to 90 percent, making it a completely safe process for both children and adults.
iTero® Digital Impressions
Have you ever had to endure a mouth full of gag-inducing putty for a dental impression? While this traditional method gets the job done, it’s definitely not comfortable or as precise as it could be. At Wolfe Dental, we use an advanced iTero digital impression system to capture and create a detailed blueprint of your smile. That way, whether you’re getting a dental crown or a nightguard, it will fit your arch of teeth perfectly.
Soft Tissue Laser
Our office is also equipped with a versatile and helpful instrument called a soft tissue laser. It produces a concentrated beam of light that can zap away bacteria, assist with surgeries, and even be used during dental implant placement and recovery! It cauterizes any areas it touches on-contact, which helps minimize bleeding, eliminates any need for stitches, and drastically reduces recovery times for procedures. Think of our soft tissue laser as the new, precise, and more comfortable alternative to a scalpel.