Dental Technology

Like most medical fields, dentistry continually has new technology that can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the treatments available. At Taylor Dental & Implant Center, we make it a priority to invest in new dental technology that can benefit our patients. We use the latest equipment and techniques to offer the best dental care available in the Oklahoma City area.

One of the biggest improvements in dental care is the imaging available for diagnosis and treatments. Digital x-rays offer safer, clearer images for routine dental care. When it comes to dental implants and oral surgery, 3D imaging is vital for the highest level of success. Our office uses advanced options for our 3D imaging to offer the best care for our patients.

3D Cone Beam Imaging

Like a CT or CAT scan, our 3D cone beam imaging creates 2D, 3D and panoramic images of your mouth and jaw. This gives our dentists a more detailed picture of your teeth, bones and mouth structure. This can help in diagnosing dental issues and planning intricate dental procedures such as removing impacted wisdom teeth or placing dental implants. Although the imaging is much more advanced than a plain digital x-ray, it can be completed quickly and painlessly, just like a standard x-ray.

PlanScan® Intraoral Scanner for Digital 3D Impressions

If you have ever needed a physical impression taken of your teeth, you might remember how uncomfortable they can be. Our office has invested in the PlanScan® Intraoral Scanner that can take digital 3D impressions of your teeth for dental crowns, inlays, onlays and other dental treatments. It is quick and does not require you to bite down on a goopy physical impression. This technology allows us to offer same day dental crowns, right at our office.

At Taylor Dental & Implant Center, we believe in providing the best care for our patients, using the most advanced, cutting-edge dental technology. Contact us today to schedule your next visit at Oklahoma City’s best family dental care clinic.

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