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Advanced Dental Technology

Bringing Dentistry Into
the Modern Age

woman in x-ray machine

At Perfect Smiles of Bensalem, we want to make sure as many of your dental needs can be met and managed as possible. Part of that means including advanced technology that not every dental practice may have. With the right diagnostic tools, we can catch problems before they cause serious complications, plan complex treatments more comprehensively, and make you a more informed and engaged patient along the way. Check out how we’re accomplishing that and more below!

Intraoral Camera

mouthwatch intraoral camera

The intraoral camera from Mouthwatch is an advanced handheld device designed to capture high-resolution images of your mouth and oral structures. When we need to highlight aspects of your enamel health or your gums, we can easily take photos of these areas, then display them on a nearby monitor for closer examination. It’s a great way to become more involved in your dental exam and informed on the state of your oral health.

Digital X-Rays

digital x-ray machine

While our dentists all have well-trained eyes when it comes to dentistry, they can’t see everything with them alone. Digital X-rays are an essential part of the diagnostic process, and the Gendex digital X-ray machine ensures we catch any and all underlying issues before they become a problem. This includes early signs of decay, erupting teeth that may be problematic, debilitating bone tissue, and many other concerns. By going digital and taking proper precautions, we even reduce radiation exposure by up to 80 percent, so you can rest knowing that your next set of X-rays will be safe to complete.

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

CT cone beam scanner

While digital X-rays can provide substantial amounts of information, they can only go so far. The Sirona CT Cone Beam Scanner works to capture a full 3D image of your mouth and jaw, so our dentists can confirm the location of many essential structures. For example, cone beam scans help us confirm where your nerve and blood vessels are. This way, planning complex restorative treatments like root canal therapy and dental implants is easier, improving overall results.