Advanced Dental Technology – Surprise, AZ

Providing Accurate & Comfortable Diagnoses & Treatments

At Bell Road Dentistry, our team is dedicated to making each of your checkups and treatments effective, comfortable, and precise. One of the ways we’re able to do this is by equipping our office with the latest technology that the dental world has to offer. With instruments like our digital X-ray imaging system and intraoral camera, we’ll make sure that no stone goes left unturned and your smile stays healthy for a lifetime.

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How Dental Technology Makes Our Dentistry Better

Digital X-Rays with 90% Less Radiation Exposure

Accurate Diagnoses with Enhanced Imaging Systems

Fast & Precise
Dental Checkups

Intraoral Camera

Our intraoral camera is a small handheld device that we can easily maneuver around your mouth to gain a magnified, clear image of hard-to-see areas. The footage is shown on a chairside monitor, which is a great resource to help us better explain problems that we’ve diagnosed and how our recommended treatment will fix the issue. These gadgets allow us to catch small or hard-to-spot issues that may not be obvious to the naked eye, ensuring that they get treated before they have a chance to cause additional damage.

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Digital X-Rays

In the past, dentists would use film X-rays to view the inside of your teeth and the area of your mouth that lies below the gums. The downsides were that it took awhile to develop the images, making visits last longer than necessary, and the pictures would come out unclear, which could result in inaccurate diagnoses. Today, we utilize all-digital X-ray imaging that reduces radiation exposure by up to 90 percent and makes each of your checkups more accurate and faster.

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CT/Cone Beam Scanner

The CT/Cone Beam Scanner is one of the cutting edge pieces of equipment that we have at Bell Road Dentistry to help us better diagnose your oral health. The CT/Cone Beam Scanner is mostly used for more advanced cases such as implants and more intensive restorative procedures.

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