Advanced Technology

Using advanced cosmetic dental treatments and materials, Drs. Singer, Segall and Greenspoon can make a real difference in the health and appearance of your smile.

ThinkstockPhotos-152978923-Advanced TechnologyThe advanced dental treatments performed today can give you a healthier and better-looking smile that will last for the rest of your life. From fillings, veneers, crown and bridges to dental implants and more, our team at Amberwood Dental Centre is committed to understanding what your dental care goals are and introducing you to a wide variety of dental treatment options that will help you get a whiter, fuller, and brighter smile.

The Benefits of Advanced Technology

Using advanced cosmetic dental treatments and materials, Drs. Singer, Segall and Greenspoon can make a real difference in the health and appearance of your smile. The experience, skill, and commitment of our Newmarket, Ontario cosmetic dentistry professionals can literally redesign your smile by using a unique combination of artistry and science. Even a minor change in your smile will help you project an image of increased self-confidence and high self-esteem. When you feel better about yourself, it is reflected in your outward appearance.

Technologies We Use

When you seek care at our office, you are assured that our dentists and staff members utilize the latest in technology to enhance the quality and fit for your dental care. Two of the main types of advanced technology that we use at our office include digital imaging (x-rays) and intraoral cameras. When we recommend x-rays, we are able to detect cavities that may exist between your teeth, diagnose lesions (like cysts or tumors), determine bone level, and get a better feel for the health of your jawbone. At our office, we use techniques that are designed to decrease the amount of radiation you are exposed to during the digital imaging process. For example, by having you wear a lead apron, radiation exposure to your abdominal region is minimal.

Like x-rays, intraoral cameras give us the ability to detect dental issues that may not be visible to the naked eye. These cameras are extremely small and allow us to capture detailed images of your teeth, gums, and mouth. We are then able to save the images we take of your mouth using an intraoral camera and can either print these images out for you, your lab, your insurance company, or other dental specialists.