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A-dec has built extra sterilization measures into our products for decades. Yet now, with an ever-increasing concern for mitigating risk and maintaining a clean environment, we are supporting dental teams with a growing line of solutions to guard your practice.

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Laughing Gas

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Laughing gas, also known as nitrous oxide, is a commonly used sedative agent in dentistry. It is a colorless, odorless gas that is mixed with oxygen and administered through a small mask that fits over the nose.

When inhaled, laughing gas produces a feeling of relaxation and euphoria, and can help to reduce anxiety and discomfort during dental procedures. The effects of the gas are usually felt within a few minutes, and wear off quickly once the gas supply is turned off.

Laughing gas is generally considered safe for use in dentistry, but it may not be appropriate for all patients. People who are pregnant, have certain medical conditions, or have a history of substance abuse may not be good candidates for laughing gas sedation.

Overall, laughing gas can be a useful tool for dentists to help patients feel more comfortable during dental procedures. However, it is important to discuss any concerns or questions about the use of laughing gas with your dentist.

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Intraoral Scanner

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A Digital Impression Scanner, also known as a digital intraoral scanner, is a device used in dentistry to create highly accurate and detailed digital impressions of a patient’s teeth and oral structures. It replaces the traditional method of taking physical impressions using impression materials such as alginate or silicone.

Digital Impression Scanners use advanced optical and laser technology to capture three-dimensional (3D) images of the teeth and gums. The scanner is moved intraorally by the dentist or dental assistant, and the images are instantly displayed on a computer screen in real-time. The digital impressions can be used for a wide range of dental applications, including crowns, bridges, veneers, orthodontics, and implants.
Benefits of using a Digital Impression Scanner include:

  1. Improved accuracy: Digital impressions are highly accurate, reducing the chances of errors and remakes compared to traditional impression methods.
  2. Time-saving: Digital impressions are quicker to capture compared to traditional impressions, reducing chair time for patients and improving overall efficiency in the dental office.
  3. Increased patient comfort: Digital impressions are less messy and uncomfortable for patients compared to traditional impression materials, as they do not involve the use of putty-like substances in the mouth.
  4. Enhanced communication: Digital impressions can be easily shared with dental laboratories, specialists, and patients electronically, allowing for better communication and collaboration among dental professionals.
  5. Better aesthetics and fit: Digital impressions allow for precise measurements and virtual adjustments, resulting in improved aesthetics and better-fitting dental restorations.

Overall, Digital Impression Scanners have revolutionized the process of capturing dental impressions, offering improved accuracy, efficiency, and patient comfort in modern dentistry.

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Digital Radiography

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Dental digital radiography cone beam, also known as cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), is a specialized imaging technology used in dentistry to capture three-dimensional (3D) images of the oral and maxillofacial region. It uses a cone-shaped X-ray beam and a detector to create detailed cross-sectional images of the teeth, jaws, temporomandibular joints (TMJ), sinuses, and surrounding structures.

CBCT scanners are designed specifically for dental applications and provide high-resolution images with minimal radiation exposure compared to traditional computed tomography (CT) scans. The CBCT images can be viewed on a computer screen and manipulated in different planes (axial, coronal, and sagittal) to allow for comprehensive assessment and diagnosis of dental and maxillofacial conditions.

Some of the common uses of dental CBCT include:
1- Implant planning: CBCT can provide accurate measurements of bone volume, density, and quality, allowing for precise planning of dental implant placement.

2- Orthodontic assessment: CBCT can help in evaluating tooth and jaw relationships, tooth impactions, and root positions for orthodontic treatment planning.

3- TMJ evaluation: CBCT can provide detailed images of the TMJ to assess joint morphology, condylar position, and internal derangement for diagnosis of TMJ disorders.

4- Endodontic evaluation: CBCT can assist in visualizing root canal anatomy, identifying root fractures, and assessing the extent of periapical lesions for endodontic treatment planning.

5- Oral surgery planning: CBCT can aid in planning complex oral surgical procedures such as impacted tooth extraction, jaw surgery, and bone grafting.

6- Periodontal assessment: CBCT can help in evaluating bone loss, periodontal defects, and root morphology for periodontal treatment planning.

7- CBCT technology has revolutionized dental imaging by providing 3D images with high accuracy and low radiation dose, allowing for improved diagnosis and treatment planning in various dental specialties. However, it should be used judiciously and in accordance with appropriate guidelines for radiation safety and patient selection.

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Dental Piezosurgery

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Dental piezosurgery, also known as piezoelectric bone surgery or ultrasonic bone surgery, is a minimally invasive surgical technique used in dentistry for cutting, shaping, and modifying bone structures using ultrasonic vibrations generated by a piezoelectric device.

A piezoelectric device consists of a handpiece with a specialized tip that vibrates at high frequency when electrical energy is applied to it. The tip of the device can be used to precisely cut and shape bone without generating heat or causing trauma to soft tissues, making it particularly useful for delicate and precise surgical procedures in oral and maxillofacial surgery, periodontics, and implant dentistry.

The ultrasonic vibrations generated by the piezoelectric device selectively cut mineralized bone while preserving soft tissues, nerves, and blood vessels, resulting in minimal bleeding, reduced postoperative pain, and faster healing compared to traditional bone-cutting techniques such as drills or burs. Piezosurgery can be used for various dental procedures, including tooth extractions, bone grafting, sinus lift surgery, ridge augmentation, and implant site preparation.

Some of the benefits of dental piezosurgery include:

Precision: Piezosurgery allows for precise and controlled cutting of bone structures, minimizing the risk of damage to surrounding tissues.

Minimally invasive: Piezosurgery causes minimal trauma to soft tissues, resulting in less bleeding, reduced postoperative pain, and faster healing compared to traditional bone-cutting techniques.

Safety: Piezosurgery does not generate heat and reduces the risk of thermal injury to bone and adjacent tissues.

Versatility: Piezosurgery can be used for a wide range of dental procedures, making it a versatile tool in various dental specialties.

Enhanced healing: Piezosurgery has been reported to promote faster bone healing and better tissue response due to the precise and gentle nature of the cutting technique.

Improved patient comfort: Reduced postoperative pain and swelling associated with piezosurgery can lead to improved patient comfort and satisfaction.

It’s important to note that dental piezosurgery requires specialized training and experience for proper and safe use. The dentist or oral surgeon should carefully evaluate each case and determine the appropriate treatment approach based on the patient’s specific needs and clinical considerations.

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Intera oral Camera

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In dentistry, an intraoral camera is a small, handheld device that is used to capture images of the inside of a patient’s mouth. These cameras are equipped with a lens and a light source, allowing dentists to get a clear view of the teeth, gums, and other oral structures.

The intraoral camera is connected to a computer or a monitor, which displays the images in real-time. This allows the dentist to show the patient exactly what they are seeing, making it easier to explain any issues or treatment options. It also enables patients to better understand their oral health and become more involved in their treatment decisions.

Some benefits of intraoral cameras in dentistry include:

  1. Enhanced patient communication: Intraoral cameras allow dentists to visually communicate with patients about their oral health, which can improve understanding and treatment acceptance.

  2. Early detection of dental issues: By capturing detailed images of the mouth, intraoral cameras can help dentists identify dental problems at an early stage, before they become more serious.

  3. Documentation: Intraoral cameras provide clear documentation of a patient’s oral condition, which can be useful for treatment planning, insurance claims, and monitoring changes over time.

  4. Improved patient experience: The use of intraoral cameras can enhance the overall patient experience by providing a more interactive and educational dental visit.

  5. Precision and accuracy: Intraoral cameras allow dentists to see small details within the mouth with high precision, aiding in accurate diagnosis and treatment.

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