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Advanced Dental Services & Technology – Queen Creek, AZ

True 21st Century Dental Care

In order to provide the highest-quality care possible, you need to have the right instruments, which is why Dr. Jafari is constantly researching, training, and investing in new technology for our dental office. Because of this, he and our staff are able to consistently find problems early, diagnose them quickly, and treat them comfortably before they can cause our patients any major headaches. Read on below to learn more about our modern offerings and how they can help you feel more comfortable in the treatment chair. 

CEREC Same-Day Crowns

A dentist taking digital impressions of a female patient’s mouth

CEREC stands for Chairside Economical Restorations of Esthetic Ceramics. This state-of-the-art technology allows for custom-made restorations to be created in one visit to our office. Through the use of CAD/CAM technology, we can produce dental prosthetics that are metal-free and match the patient’s tooth color, size, and shape. Not only will the final restoration look natural, but it will have the necessary strength and functionality, allowing the patient to enjoy their healthier, longer-lasting smile.

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Solea All-Tissue Laser

Dentist using Solea laser system

If you dislike needles, shots, or local anesthetic making your mouth feel numb for hours after your appointment, then you’ll love the Solea Laser. This is a universal dental laser, in that we can use it to treat the soft tissues of the mouth (the gums) as well as the hard tissues (the teeth and the underlying bone). We can prepare teeth for fillings quickly and painlessly and perform a wide array of gum treatments without incisions and sutures. It’s so gentle that most patients don’t even need to be numbed before their procedure, leading to a more comfortable and convenient care experience.

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Intraoral Camera

Dentist capturing intraoral images

We use a Schick intraoral camera during our routine exams so we’re able to see every part of the mouth in extensive detail. This small, pen-sized device allows us to take images of the oral cavity with ease, making it simple for our team to spot any potential decay or damage as early as possible. You’ll also be able to go over these images with Dr. Jafari so you’ll gain a better understanding of your dental health and treatment needs.

Digital X-Rays

Panoramic dental x-rays

Did you know that most of your teeth’s surface area is actually hidden beneath the gum line? To help us examine your smile, we use digital X-rays. Compared to traditional film, they’re able to capture sharper images in just a fraction of the time, plus the process emits 90% LESS radiation as well. And, we can display the X-rays on a monitor right in the treatment room so that your overall experience is much more transparent and educational. 

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

3D CT scanner

Our CT/cone beam scanner basically enables us to take a CAT scan of just a patient’s head, which is very helpful when planning an involved procedure like dental implant placement. This not only helps us see the shape of a patient’s mouth and jawbone, but it also reveals the locations of important blood vessels and sensitive nerves in the face that should be avoided. With this information, we can better plan treatment to maximize success and ensure a fast recovery.

iTero Digital Impressions

Dentist and team member helping dental patient

In the past, if we needed to create a model of a patient’s teeth, they’d have to bite down into cold dental putty for up to five minutes at a time. Thankfully, that’s no longer the case. With iTero, we can now complete the process quickly and comfortably in just a few minutes. To do so, we will use a small, handheld wand to capture hundreds of photos of your smile, which are then turned into a 3D image. This cutting-edge dental technology can be used to make everything from clear aligners to mouthguards too!

Cavity Detection System

Cavity detection software on computer screen

Rather than simply poking and prodding your teeth to search for cavities, we can now quickly scan them using DIAGNOdent. This special light reveals signs of enamel thinning or damage that would be easier to miss during a traditional exam. By finding problems earlier, we’re able to treat them more quickly and conservatively, helping our patients preserve more of their natural teeth while also keeping them comfortable.