High-tech practices for a high-tech world.
Moellers & Moellers utilizes state-of-the-art technology, services, and treatment options to offer a tailored experience for your specific dental needs.
Cone Beam Computed Tomography
To ensure our patients receive the best possible treatment with the highest level of safety in imaging procedures, Moellers & Moellers utilizes the Planmeca ProMax Plus Imaging Machine. This unit complies with dentistry’s best practices by following the American Dental Association’s ALARA (As Low as Reasonably Achievable) radiation principle.
This unit’s unique features allow us to choose what area of the teeth and facial anatomy we need to capture, which significantly reduces any unnecessary exposure, lowering radiation by 35%. The Ultra-Low dose protocol in this unit achieves an average of 77% reduction in radiation doses compared with standard imaging protocols.
Moellers & Moellers’ state of the art technology includes a hybrid dental imaging system that eliminates the need for multiple devices and repetitive sterilization. The intraoral scanner allows patients to visualize how their treatment is progressing and better understand any diagnostic comparisons.
With its ability to take 3D digital impressions, crisp intraoral scanning, treatment simulation, and more — this machine allows us to extend our treatment without any harmful radiation.
Moellers & Moellers utilizes intraoral camera technology that helps enhance your understanding of your diagnosis.
An intraoral camera is a very small camera. In some cases, an intraoral camera is just a few millimeters long. An intraoral camera allows our practice to view clear, precise images of your mouth, teeth, and gums, in order for us to accurately make a diagnosis. With clear, defined, enlarged images, you see details that may be missed by standard mirror examinations. This can mean faster diagnosis with less chair-time for you.
We choose carefully which and when radiographs are taken. There are many guidelines that we follow. Radiographs allow us to see everything we cannot see with our own eyes. Radiographs enable us to detect cavities in between your teeth, determine bone level, and health of bone. We can also examine the roots and nerves of teeth, diagnose lesions such as cysts or tumors, as well as assess damage when trauma occurs.
Dental radiographs are invaluable aids in diagnosing, treating, and maintaining dental health. Exposure time for dental radiographs is extremely minimal. We utilize digital imaging technologies within the office. With digital imaging, exposure time is about 50 percent less when compared to traditional radiographs. Digital imaging can also help us retrieve valuable diagnostic information. We may be able to see cavities better.
The advantages of digital imaging enables us to not only store patient images, but also enables us to quickly transfer them to appropriate specialists or insurance companies.
Digital x-rays offer more precision since we view the image on a computer monitor, instead of holding up a 35mm film up to the light. Digital x-rays result in one-sixth the radiation exposure to you.