At our state-of-the-art practice in Acworth, GA, we pride ourselves on utilizing the latest dental technology to provide all of our patients with the most current advancements in dental care. Our dental practice is outfitted with high-tech equipment such as digital dental X-rays, intraoral cameras, dental magnification loupes and more, to provide patients of all ages with the utmost comfort and convenience.
Read more about the latest dental technology we employ below, or call our practice at (770) 203-1711 to schedule an appointment for you and your family! We provide treatment for adults of all ages and children over the age of seven.
These small cameras can be maneuvered gently in your mouth during your dental exam, displaying high-tech images on a personal TV that allow us to show you the status of your current oral health or any pressing issues that must be addressed.
Dental Magnification Loupes:
Utilizing the latest dental technology, our team of skilled dentists uses prismatic magnification glasses (“loupes”) to perform advanced procedures accurately and efficiently.
Acworth Center for Family Dentistry is a paper-free office! Our high-tech computerized records system is environmentally-friendly, reducing waste and improving the accuracy of our patient records.
Additional Dental Technology:
- HD TVs to view digital dental X-rays
- Electric hand-pieces to reduce noise
Why Do We Use Digital Dental X-Rays?
Dental X-rays help Acworth Center for Family Dentistry’s dentists identify a variety of issues, including deep cavities, gum disease, tooth decay, and even tumors and cysts. We employ the latest dental technology to take digital dental X-rays in lieu of traditional X-rays, which have numerous advantages for our patients, such as:
- Less radiation than conventional X-rays
- Increased comfort with the use of sensors
- Faster results transported directly to your computer screen
- Convenience – your results can be emailed to you!
Our team uses digital panoramic dental X-rays to look at a patient’s entire mouth instead of viewing smaller, isolated areas, which enables us to better plan full-mouth restorations and to provide improved orthodontics treatment.