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Unlike traditional x-rays and the more recent panoramic x-rays, cone beam imaging blends innovation with patient comfort. The I-cat® Cone beam 3-D imaging system produces immediate three dimensional images of patient’s critical anatomy, typical in less than ten seconds.
This 3-D imaging gives the dentist the opportunity to more thoroughly analyse bone structure, tooth orientation, and joint space and detect and evaluate deformities and pathologies. The benefits are extraordinary.
Dental professionals are able to improve diagnosis, accuracy, and treatment results. Their patients are able to see a visual diagnosis, understand their treatment options and receive superior treatment as a result of the anatomically-true information provided by the I-cat® scan.
Patient’s benefit from the integration of I-cat® into their treatment because our ability to execute complex multidisciplinary treatment hinges on our ability to plan. There is no single better tool available to obtain diagnostic information than the I-cat and we are pleased to be offering nothing less to our patients.
The iTero scanner is a new 3D scanning technology. Using the latest developments in intraoral scanning, the iTero scanner accurately scans your teeth and other structures . The itero scanner is made up of a wand like device which is used to scan your teeth and jaws. The data it collects then appears on the computer screen, allowing you to see the dental image the scanner is taking.
The iTero scanner works in with Invisalign treatment, orthodontics, restorations as well as specialised treatments such as crowns and veneers, and replaces the need for the old fashioned “impression” which is often a “mouthful” and not very comfortable.
The iTero scanner also allows us to be able to produce digital simulation with Invisalign so you can see the possible treatment outcome with Invisalign in just 5 minutes.
The Asiga MAX is known for being the world’s advanced 3D printer with exceptional productivity and a small footprint. With this printer, we can manufacture dental orthodontics, crown and bridge, dental models, surgical guides, and partial dentures. With its unique SPS™ process, every layer is accurately formed. The printer utilises UV LEDs to provide a sharper detail definition, accuracy, and production reliability.
Optical scans are used instead which have a much higher accuracy, remove the need for taking moulds(impressions) and enables a computerised design for idealised tooth form and function.
These types of restorations provide patients with highly-attractive, tooth-coloured inlays,crowns and veneers in a single appointment.
Because ceramic is such a strong, resilient material, it is the ultimate choice for cosmetic restorations, which now can be delivered in a single visit.
This laser can also be used to remove the frenum (the soft tissue web to the top lip or tongue tie) with little or no bleeding, no cutting with scalpels, and no sutures.
Using the Picasso Soft Tissue diode laser has revolutionised soft tissue surgery in our office.
Using state of the art AIRFLOW®, PERIOFLOW® and PIEZON® technologies, it is proven by scientific evidence.
Guided Biofilm Therapy consists of treatment protocols based on individual patient diagnosis and risk assessment in order to achieve optimal results. The treatment is given in the least invasive way, with the highest level of comfort, safety and efficiency.
Guided Biofilm Therapy includes Oral Hygiene Instructions plus patient education and motivation to maintain natural teeth and implants for as long as possible. With GBT you are opting for the ‘gold standard’ in professional prophylactic treatment.
As patients become aware how preventive oral care can reduce the need for expensive restorative work, the more they will demand dental practices to make the latest technological developments and procedures available. We are accredited with the Swiss Dental Academy.
With Dental Loupes, and microscopes, dental procedures can be performed more accurately and reliably using variable and adjustable magnification, and an incredibly enhanced field of view. This will increase the following:
Magnified Image – Loupes & Microscopes provide 3 x to 30 x magnification with the ability to see dental tissues with detail that is impossible to the naked eye. Microscopes can also offer a deeper depth of field of view and a wider field of view than traditional dental loupes.
Increased Precision – The increased magnification allows the Dental Surgeons at Sydenham Dental Group to be more precise with tooth tissue removal, reducing excessive tooth cutting which may damage teeth and reduce their life span in the mouth. This increased precision also improves our ability to diagnose dental diseases which, in turn, benefits our patients.
Improved Visualisation – Dental Surgeons can only treat what they can see. The microscope lens can be placed directly over the patient’s mouth without any additional discomfort.
Using these state-of-the-art technologies and innovative techniques, our dentists can deliver superior aesthetic smile design What Does the Process Involve?
The digital dentistry process begins with a consultation with one of our Smile Design dentists. This will involve an examination of your teeth and gums to identify any existing aesthetic problems that can be corrected. Next, a number of photos of the teeth will be taken, and impressions will be made of the upper and lower teeth. Using a computer, all of this information is then used to design the changes that will be made. You’ll be able to see what your new smile will look like before any work is performed, so you can decide if you’re happy to go ahead.
Procedures used to achieve your dream smile may include:
Digital Smile Design offers a number of great benefits. First and foremost, it enables the patient to see what their crowns and veneers will look like before the procedure starts. This means they get to see what their dream smile will look like in advance, which can be a deeply emotional and rewarding experience. Secondly, DSD Smile Design enables the dentist to plan the procedure based on the final outcome that the patient has approved. The dentist will know exactly what they have to construct and the patient will know what they are going to get, ensuring that there is no miscommunication or disappointment.
The cost of digital smile design in Melbourne can vary depending on a range of factors, including the dental problem that needs correcting and the procedures needed to accomplish the desired results. It’s recommended that you come in for an initial consultation where our dentists can examine your mouth and provide you with an accurate digital dentistry cost estimate.
When it comes to the latest dental technologies and services, look no further than Sydenham Dental Group. Our dental clinic can provide a wide range of digital dentistry treatments and procedures for patients of all ages, including Smile Design to help you achieve your dream smile.