At LuxSmile Family Dentistry, Dr. Ton is proud to stay right at the forefront of technological advancements in the oral healthcare field for the sake of her patients! These advanced touches help improve the care experience in several valuable ways, from improving your comfort in the treatment chair to making diagnostic findings more precise and efficient. If you’d like to learn more about the tools we use here in Carrollton, TX or schedule a first appointment, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Many patients sadly feel left in the dark when it comes to their dental health – after all, there’s no way to actually see what the dentist is seeing inside your own mouth, right? With the help of the IRIS digital camera, our team can finally take you on an up-close-and-personal tour of your teeth and gums! We’ll capture high-resolution images and then transfer them to a monitor in the operatory, allowing Dr. Ton to refer to them again and again as she relays any concerning findings and possible treatment recommendations. We want you to feel like a fully informed partner in your oral healthcare journey!
X-rays are a vital part of quality dental care because they can reveal infection and damage that’s well-hidden beneath the surface of your smile. At LuxSmile Family Dentistry, we’re proud to now use digital radiography for a faster, safer, and more comfortable experience. Through this modern method, the X-rays themselves are captured in seconds and made available for viewing instantly – no need for hours-long darkroom development. Additionally, any radiation exposure is dramatically reduced when compared to traditional film. This means they’re very safe for children and adults alike.
The development of tooth decay is a gradual process and one that should be stopped in its tracks as soon as possible so that each patient’s smile can remain whole and healthy. In order to supplement our visual examinations, Dr. Ton now uses a digital cavity detection system! This technology can thoroughly scan the dental surfaces and alert our team to weakened spots of enamel that the naked eye may not even be able to see just yet.