2035 Hamburg Tpke. | Ste B
Wayne, NJ 07470
We have just added the new CS 3600 intraoral scanner that will revolutionize the process of creating a dental impression. Gone are the trays of silicone putty—or “goop”—that patients found so unpleasant. Instead, patients will experience a much more comfortable, digital impression process, as well as faster appointments.
The CS 3600 intraoral scanner is a small, handheld device that is very easy to maneuver in a patient’s mouth, making even hard-to-reach areas very accessible. What’s produced are high-definition, full color 2D and 3D images—and within seconds of completing the scanning process—an HD 3D digital impression. This 3D model will make it easy for our patients to understand the direction and goals of their treatment plan.
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CS 1500 Intraoral Video Scanner
The state-of-the-art CS 1500 Intraoral Video Camera – the latest word in intraoral imaging technology – offers a superior level of image quality, allowing Dr. Burton to capture the perfect shot easily and quickly. The camera allows Dr. Burton to easier communicate treatment options to the patients, as well as share images with referring practitioners.
Seeing the clearest possible images helps Dr. Burton diagnose and treat patients effectively. Having highly detailed images helps Dr. Burton provide quicker and more accurate diagnoses, improved treatment planning and better patient care. The precise level of anatomical detail is essential in determining the best method of treatment.
Dexis Platinum Digital X-rays
We take great pleasure in announcing that our office utilizes DEXIS® Digital X-ray when taking dental X-rays. DEXIS is a computerized X-ray system that replaces standard film and its processing. This provides you, our patients, with several distinct advantages: a comfortable sensor - even for "gaggers" and children, a major reduction in radiation exposure and increased communication & understanding from the dentist to the patient - you will be able to easily visualize and understand the diagnosis and proposed treatment plan so that you can better participate in your own dental health.