Safe, Effective Treatment with State-of-the-Art Technology
Achieving a beautiful and healthy smile is easy with the care of Dr. Sima F. Chegini of Arsmiles Family & Cosmetic Dentistry. Not only does she have the experience to offer a wide range of services, including general, cosmetic, and restorative family dentistry, but she also invests in state-of-the-art technology to ensure her treatments are safe, effective, and affordable. By visiting a dental practice in the Fairlawn, Ohio, area that uses today’s amazing technology to address dental concerns, patients feel at ease knowing they receive the best care possible by today’s high standards. Dr. Sima F. Chegini takes pride in reinvesting into her practice to provide this technology and take the extended training along with her team to ensure they take advantage of the technology to the fullest, in the best interest of their patients. With a wide selection of options, patients can relax knowing they are in experienced hands during their time in the dentist’s chair.
What technology is used at Arsmiles Family & Cosmetic Dentistry?
Dr. Sima F. Chegini prides herself in using the latest technologies to improve oral health and wellness in both a safe and effective way. The field of dental technology changes regularly, and she stays abreast of these changes to ensure patients have access to the solutions they need to achieve healthy and beautiful smiles for life! Below are just a few of the technologically-advanced instruments and tools used in her practice:
CEREC: Same day crown
CEREC is an acronym that stands for “chairside economical restoration of esthetic ceramics”. This technology utilizes digital impressions and specialized CAD/CAM software to provide same-day restorations–while patients wait! The machine will mill a dental crown out of a block of porcelain within less than an hour, allowing the dentist to prepare and place the dental crown during the same appointment. This saves everyone time and money while ensuring a quality restoration for the patient’s smile!
We take pride in mastering “CEREC” innovative technology, a pioneer in CAD/CAM, a 3D printing device that enables us to use it’s intra oral camera called Omnicam to scan the mouth and fabricate the most precise custom-fit dental crowns, bridges, and veneers in just one visit at the convenience of our office.
This revolutionary technology eliminates the need for:
- messy impressions
- temporary crowns
- long delays by off-site dental labs
- a second visit to receive the crown in 2 weeks
Our X-rays are entirely digital, generating the most accurate images of the hard tissues including teeth and bone beyond where the eye can see with the least amount of radiation and highest levels of safety. In fact, digital x-rays may provide approximately 90% less radiation exposure than traditional x-rays. Digital x-rays, along with offering the lowest exposure to radiation, also provide immediate digital images on the computer screen. That allows our team to examine and evaluate an image that the patient can as well view and appreciate on a bigger screen. This technology provides effective patient communication as well as patient education on dental findings and feasible treatment options. Zooming in and out also allows for clear imaging of the patient’s dentition. Because the x-ray images are digital, they are easy to store in a patient’s electronic files for pulling up quickly in the future for reference or could be emailed to another facility as needed.
Soft tissue lasers:
Lasers have been used in various areas of medicine for many years with exciting results. Laser light can penetrate deep while also avoiding harm to surrounding tissues. Dr. Sima Chegini of Arsmiles Family & Cosmetic Dentistry is excited to use lasers in her practice to provide advanced laser dentistry for patients of all ages.
Our laser technology is easily tolerated by patients and results in smooth and speedy recovery by reducing the invasiveness of soft tissue procedures. Lasers are typically used to recontour the gingival margin next to a restoration where the soft tissue is in the way for proper reconstruction of the tooth via a crown or a veneer. It’s also used to uncover the dental implant prior to loading it with a final restoration and many more applications where pathology or unfavorable conditions have affected the gum and the soft tissue.
Ultrasonic Instrument: SONICARE
Our ultrasonic technology make our hygiene appointments go much more efficiently and smoothly. The sound technology incorporated in Sonicare can remove the calcified build up material called tartar a lot faster and more conservatively without causing any harm to soft tissues. As a result it leaves smooth surfaces on teeth and their root structures after removing all the roughness and irregularities caused by tartar or calculus. Ultrasonic scalers are the most effective tools in conservative treatment of gingivitis and periodontitis by eradicating the bacteria and bacterial toxins in the form of tartar, as the main cause of gum disease.
CBCT dental scanners: 3-D imaging system
Dental cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is a special type of imaging equipment used when regular dental or facial x-rays are not sufficient. Dr. Chegini may use this technology to produce three dimensional (3-D) images of your teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways and bone in a single scan. This image is an important diagnostic tool for multiple procedures like root canal therapy, orthodontics and implant dentistry. When a dental implant needs to be placed. It assesses the thickness and height of the jaw bone and determines if any vital structures such as a nerve or blood vessel are in the way for safe and successful placement ofthe titanium implant. If the bone thickness is borderline or a vital structure like a nerve or a blood vessel is in the way of placing an implant, often a surgical guide needs to be fabricated by a dental laboratory using the 3-D scan obtained from CBCT technology. This guide will facilitate precise and accurate placement of an implant safely and successfully in questionable areas of the mouth where the jaw bone is scarce and thin and a tooth is missing.
Intra Oral camera:
What Is an Intraoral Camera?
At Arsmiles Family & Cosmetic Dentistry we use intraoral cameras on a routine basis as an effective tool to communicate and educate our patients. Intraoral cameras are essentially tiny digital cameras that enable our team to capture images ofdifficult-to-reach areas in the mouth. They can easily go inside the mouth and the images taken then could be magnified on the screen to show the findings with patients in a much more efficient way. They are the most powerful diagnostic tools to capture hidden teeth problems even in the most troublesome areas of the mouth.
The camera looks like a writing pen that when moved around inside the mouth, allows the practitioner to see detailed, enlarged images of teeth surfaces, gum conditions, and other minute details about tissues, cavities, etc. that cannot be seen by the naked eye. An intraoral camera does not cause any pain or discomfort to the patient and has no side effects. At Arsmiles Family & Cosmetic Dentistry we use intraoral cameras at our new patient’s appointment to capture clear video and images of all the dental findings in their mouth including the corroded or tarnished fillings, hairline fractures, bleeding gums, tartar , and several other critical teeth problems in real-time, while the patient is comfortably seated in the dental chair.
How do I find out more about the technology used at Arsmiles Family & Cosmetic Dentistry?
Dr. Sima F. Chegini and her team are committed to reinvesting into her practice to provide the latest technologies and techniques in dental medicine. If you live in the Fairlawn, OH area or surrounding communities and you are interested in working with a skilled and experienced team of dental professionals who offer advanced services using state-of-the-art technology to improve your smile, connect with our team today by calling or texting (330) 593-2500. Our team of professionals is conveniently located at 2640 W. Market Street, Suite #302 and is open to new patients and families in the area.