Our Advanced Dental Technology

At Peek Dentistry, we understand the importance of continually updating our methods and our dental technology. As progress is made in the field of dentistry, we want to use these breakthroughs to diagnose and treat dental issues quickly and more efficiently and help our patients have more comfortable and productive appointments. If you would like to learn more about our technology or our services, or you’re interested in scheduling an appointment with us, please get in touch with our friendly front office team for assistance.

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Conebeam Technology

Conebeam panoramic X-rays capture all of the teeth and the top and bottom jaw in one clear image. This allows our team to get a good idea of how the teeth and jaws are working together. They are used to determine exactly how much jawbone tissue is present, and then they are used to place dental implants with precision. These images can be moved around to see each tooth and the patient’s bone structure from every angle. They also help when it comes to recommending treatments like root canals and dental extractions.

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Cephalometric X-Ray

When it comes to orthodontics, wearing braces or clear aligners is not just about straightening the teeth for cosmetic purposes. Orthodontic treatment plans are used to correct overbites, underbites, and even TMJ issues. Cephalometric X-rays are similar to panoramic X-rays, but they provide dental professionals with a view of the patient’s entire skull. These X-rays are usually only present in orthodontist’s offices, but they are great tools for the diagnostic process and treatment planning for Invisalign®.

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iTero 5D Scanner

The iTero 5D Element 5D imaging system is the latest development in intraoral scanning, and it allows dental professionals to get a truly comprehensive look at each individual tooth. It combines the ability to look at teeth up close with the ability to look inside the tooth to detect caries. The 5D scanner is also used to create digital impressions, which are highly accurate and don’t require messy putty impressions. The scanner quickly glides over the teeth and captures high-quality images that can be used for many purposes.