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Paperless, root canal, painless
Electronic Health Record

At Prime Endodontics we utilize an advanced and totally secure electronic health record for our patients. Our web registration system enables you to provide information at your convenience, from the comfort and privacy of your home or our office. This paperless system allows for more effective, thorough and timely communication with your referring dentist.

CBCT, trauma, crack, retreatment, 3D, X-ray
CBCT - 3D imaging

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT), also known as 3-D imaging, is technology that allows us to visualize the teeth, as well as their surrounding tissues and structures in three dimensions. It dramatically improves our ability to diagnose and treat conditions that were impossible to detect just a few years ago using only conventional X-ray as a diagnostic tool. At Prime Endodontics we use a Kodak 9000 CBCT machine, which has the highest resolution, yet dramatically limits radiation exposure.

Microscope, surgery, micro surgery, root canal, retreatment, epicoectomy
Surgical microscope

We perform all endodontic procedures using a dental operating microscope. It enhances our ability to accurately visualize complex anatomy cases, for locating root fractures (cracks) or defects, for root-end surgery (epicoectomy), for removal of separated instruments, and for locating canals. The surgical microscope, facilitates visualizing areas difficult to reach, treat or repair, and thus, enables us to save teeth that otherwise would have been lost just a few years ago.

root canal, infection, dental pain, abscess
NOMAD – portable low dose radiation x-ray

We use the Nomad Portable X-ray which allows for flexibility, comfort, convenience and reduced radiation exposure. The use of the Nomad results in less time that the sensor has to rest in the patient’s mouth, more accurate positioning and reduced radiation.

Digital radiography CDR

Dental x-rays can now be taken using an advanced dental imaging system known as CDR (computed dental radiography). This sensor produces an image directly onto a chairside computer monitor. This larger image helps the patient understand the doctor’s explanations and enables the doctor to optimize and archive the image to be sent to your dentist. An important advantage to this new technology is that it dramatically reduces the amount of radiation and the chairside time, as it only takes seconds to visualize an image. In addition, this new technology is friendly to the environment since no chemicals are needed for developing the image.