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Technology ‘could make dentistry less painful’

Thu

New imaging technology could make dentistry less painful.

New technology being trialled in the US could soon make the dentist’s office a less stressful environment, it has been claimed.

The Leaf Chronicle reported Clarksvill dentist Dr Bill Wall is using stereolithographic-imaging models to replace the old plaster of paris casts for making bridges and prosthetics and this is a less invasive and more accurate treatment, he claimed.

“This new technology, instead of going through making silicone impressions, makes a digital impression using a camera that makes 20 three-dimensional impressions per second. It’s much more accurate,” Dr Wall told the publication.

Elsewhere, WKYC.com recently reported improvements in technology in the dentist’s office are making the prospect of sitting in the chair less daunting.

It noted that patients are now able to relax while digital camera technology is used to take pictures with ease and these images are then sent via email to a lab where impressions of the mouth can be created and prosthetics made.

‘Rest and relax’ at the dentist’s office

Mon

The dentist’s office is to become more relaxing.

Patients are being urged to “rest and relax” at the dentist’s office rather than to feel nervous, it has been claimed. relax at the dental office

The Manila Bulletin reported times are changing and people now expect more out of a visit to their dentist than just the medical expertise on offer – they want to be made to feel comfortable and relaxed and this is a change now taking place across the industry.

Overall wellbeing is therefore now the order of the day and in order to facilitate this dentist’s are providing a more welcoming environment in which to wait, which are spacious and relaxing places to visit.

Elsewhere, WKYC.com recently reported improvements in technology in the dentists’ office are making the prospect of sitting in the chair less daunting.

The online publication claimed technological advances have led to the use of less-invasive procedures, especially in the field of diagnostics, where digital cameras can now be used instead of X rays.

High-tech tool ‘makes dentist’s chair less stressful’

Fri

The dentist’s chair is not as scary.

Improvements in technology in the dentist’s office are making the prospect of sitting in the chair less daunting, it has been claimed. dentist chair

Gone are the days when a person would be drilled for hours at a time or be made to sit in uncomfortable positions while the dentist tries to get pictures of the problem in a person’s mouth, according to WKYC.com.

Instead, patients are now able to relax while digital camera technology is able to take pictures with ease and these images are sent via email to a lab where impressions of the mouth can be created and prosthetics made.

Elsewhere, people who are keen on sport were recently advised to always wear a mouthguard when getting involved in physical activity.

North Bay Today reported the Canadian Dental Association has recommended that all athletes use these devices to ensure that the rough and tumble of sport does not impact on their oral health.

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