We will honor your requests for privacy and maintain secure and confidential dental and medical health information through HIPPA. We ensure your safety with the best and latest innovations in sterilization of instruments, water that we use in our treatment rooms is disinfected, standard treatment room disinfection after all patients, use of disposables, especially sharps, handpiece sterilization and many other safe practice controls.
Digitally advanced shade unit to get good shade matches to adjacent teeth for crowns & bridges. Shades are then e-mailed to dental labs for seamless communication when doing custom cosmetic work.
Digital radiographs expose our patients to less radiation. Intra-oral photos make it easier for you to see what we see when looking in your mouth. Some of the conditions you can see include the following; cracks in fillings or tooth structure, decay spots, demineralized areas (white spots), plaque or calculus. These images are also helpful when sending information to insurance companies for coverage.
Creekside Dental takes all the necessary and required steps to ensure the sterilization of our dental instruments. Every package of instruments includes a Class 5 Integrator; which verifies that it was sterilized with the proper amount of time, temperature and pressure.
In our operatories; we use distilled water and a DentaPure cartridge in our dental unit waterlines to reduce the bacteria count from the water supplied during your treatment. Creekside Dental exceeds the current ADA recommendations for water quality.
At Creekside Dental; we are pleased to offer our patients’ crowns that we can prepare, design and mill all in one visit using a specialized digital 3D camera. Cerec’s are made of all porcelain using a state-of-the-art computer aided design (CAD) to design every precise detail of your restoration. With Cerec one visit crowns there is no need to take an impression of your mouth and no need for temporary crowns and a second visit with us.
Using light energy; the tissue absorbs the laser light, which agitates the molecules of the tissue, causing the tissue cells to gently break apart. This very precisely treats only the desired area, while leaving healthy gums, bone and tooth structures untouched. Lasers are used on soft tissues to reshape healthy gum tissues or remove diseased gums prior to placing a permanent restoration. Additionally, the laser can also treat some other soft tissue lesions or conditions.
A gentler, computerized delivery system for numbing your teeth for greater satisifaction. Buffering the local anesthetic makes it less likely to sting and it works more quickly.
Speech recognition tool that our hygienists use to record chairside clinical periodontal numbers by speaking into a microphone instead of manually recording the information.
Is a dental handpiece used for cleaning deeper pits and grooves prior to placing sealants and/or the polishing of teeth (from heavy stain) by the projection of a mixture of water, air and either Glycine or Sodium Bicarbonate powders.