Triad Cosmetic Dentistry incorporates innovative technology and advanced techniques to provide our patients with the best care modern dentistry has to offer. From digital x-rays to advanced implant technology, our adept staff strives to keep up to date with the latest advances to make your life easier.
See How Our Technology
Makes Your Life Easier
Our dental technology not only makes your visit quicker and easier, but it also makes your dental care more effective. Discover the ways you’ll benefit from the technology we utilize in our Greensboro area dental office.
3D Cone Beam Radiography
GALILEOS Comfort 3D Cone Beam Scanner is an innovative, safe way to install dental implants. This advanced technology provides a detailed and precise view of all teeth, roots, gum lines, and defects or imperfections–all in as little as 14 seconds.
Digital Dental X-Rays
Digital X-rays provide an easy and quick approach to identifying structures and accurately diagnosing oral health problems. Plus, they only emit a fraction of the radiation that traditional X-rays give off. Digital radiography offers more effective exams and treatments.
CEREC dental system allows our dentists to restore your smile with a seamless porcelain dental crown or restoration. Patients no longer have to have messy impressions taken or wear a temporary restoration. We can create a high-quality, natural-looking tooth in just one visit.
Dental implants provide a natural-looking restoration for cracked, chipped, or missing teeth. An implant is made of a titanium fixture, abutment, and crown, which is then fused to your jawbone. Advanced implant technology provides us with various solutions to fit our patients’ needs.
Invisalign is a modern orthodontic treatment designed as a more subtle solution for crooked teeth. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign shapes multiple sets of aligners designed to fit perfectly on your teeth. They’re semi-transparent and completely removable.
VizLite Oral Cancer Screening
VizLite Plus is a screening system that assists our dentists in detecting oral cancer at its earliest stages before it’s sharply visible. This non-invasive screening can be completed in as little as five minutes. It’s efficient, pain-free, and can save your life.
Laser Gum Disease Treatment (LANAP®)
Laser-assisted regeneration or LANAP® is an innovative laser technology that offers a less invasive, more accurate alternative to traditional surgeries. Patients only require local anesthesia and the process can be completed within two two-hour sessions.
Discover the Advantages of Dental Technology
Triad Cosmetic Dentistry uses advanced dental technology to provide personalized treatments and long-lasting, effective results. Contact our office at (336) 434-3186 to learn more about our dental technologies and how we can serve you to the best of our ability.
Dental Technology FAQs
Although dental X-rays use radiation, the exposure levels are very low which makes them safe for all of our patients.
Here at Triad Cosmetic Dentistry, we use digital dental X-rays instead which decreases the amount of radiation exposure. Your dental exams will be fast and comfortable in preparation for your treatment.
CAD/CAM, also known as computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing is a dental technology system used to create crowns, bridges, dentures, and dental implants.
It uses 3D printing technology to turn a computer model into physical reality. We use it for many of our restorative treatments as an efficient and accurate method to enhance your smile.
Laser dentistry is a fast and effective method that can be used for many different dental procedures. Here at our Archdale office, we focus on laser dentistry for periodontal treatment.
Lasers are a safe way to help our doctors remove extra gum tissue while minimizing bleeding and swelling, and killing off any harmful bacteria.
Advancements in dental technology have helped make our patients’ experiences in our office more convenient, comfortable, and efficient. Many say they endure little to no pain with the use of our new dental technology.
We’re also capable of diagnosing potential underlying diseases, digitally show our patients the condition of their mouth, and provide dental procedures with greater precision than ever before.