At Revive Dental and Implant Center, we utilize the latest techniques and cutting-edge technology to provide you with superior prosthodontic care. If you are looking for state-of-the-art restorative treatments, you have come to the right place!
CT Scanner/3D Imaging
An x-ray is one of the most common diagnostic tools we use today. However, an x-ray may not provide us with enough information to accurately diagnose and treat potential problems. In this case, we may order a CBCT scan to gather a more comprehensive understanding of your oral health. A CT scanner gives us a 3D view of your soft tissues, teeth, and underlying bone.
On Site Lab
Onsite dental labs allow us to control the quality of our dental work. Dental offices without onsite labs depend on off site labs that are often in another state, or another country. Not only does this allow for mistakes through miscommunication, but also the quality of the lab tech and the quality of the materials used.
Our highly trained dental techs worked closely with our dental implant dentists to create custom fixed teeth for dental implants & dentures. Only the highest quality materials are used to ensure a beautiful smile in each and every case.
DNA Bacteria Detection and Oral Pathology
Periodontal disease is the result of a bacterial infection that spreads to the soft tissues, connective ligaments, and underlying bone. However, not everyone develops the same type of periodontal infection. There is a wide variety of bacteria that cause problems for your teeth and gums.
We may order a bacterial DNA test to help diagnose the cause of your infection. Determining which bacteria are present allows us to streamline your treatment and provide more effective results. This approach is a part of oral pathology, which is concerned with the diagnosis and study of diseases that affect your oral and maxillofacial health.
Platelet-Rich Plasma and Platelet-Rich Fibrin
If you need a bone or soft tissue graft, we may recommend the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) or platelet-rich fibrin (PRF). Both of these substances are made using the platelets in your blood that are largely responsible for wound healing. By applying PRP or PRF to a surgical site, we can foster better tissue regeneration and expedite the healing process.
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