Advanced Dental Technology – Claremore, OK

Bringing Comfort & Innovation to You

Tips of various dental instruments
Station for advanced dental technology in Claremore

Change is inevitable, and it occurs in all forms. Dental technology is no different, and it can be seen here at Battle Family Dentistry of Claremore. Giving our patients updated and more comfortable solutions to aid in treatment planning, diagnostic imaging, and restoration creation, we use digital dental X-rays, intraoral cameras, and digital dental impressions as opposed to more traditional techniques. By incorporating more advanced dental technologies into our Claremore dental practice, you and your family will discover a more comfortable and enjoyable way to receive dental care.

Digital Dental Impressions

Dentist capturing digital dental impressions of a patient

Whether you need a dental crown, dentures, dental bridge, or veneers, our digital dental impression system makes it easy and mess-free. Instead of using a cold dental putty that often caused many patients to gag, we can now scan your teeth using a handheld device that delivers a 3D model on a nearby computer screen. After making the necessary adjustments and specifications, we can send the image to lab technicians, who will begin to fabricate your customized restoration.

Intraoral Camera

Gloved hands holding an intraoral camera

The inside of your mouth no longer has to remain a mystery thanks to intraoral cameras. Before, you had to listen to your dentist explain what was happening to your teeth and gums; however, with this new form of technology, you can see for yourself because of the camera-tipped device that projects images for you to view. Not only will you discover more about your oral health but also why your dentist is recommending certain services.

Digital Dental X-Rays

Dental team member looking at digital dental x rays on computer

Scanning your teeth and gums in the past often produced lackluster, low-quality images that made it hard for dentists to review. But now with digital dental X-rays, not only are the pictures captured in seconds, but they are higher resolution, allowing for more effective diagnostic imaging and treatment planning. You and Dr. Battle can view what is happening below the gumline to better understand how best to move forward with your treatment.