Category: Dental Technology

How We Diagnose Cavities With Laser Technology

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Over time, a cavity will grow in severity until your tooth hurts and an infection is imminent. However, we can use advanced laser technology to diagnose cavities in the earliest stages, so we can provide a lifelike treatment and stop discomfort. In today’s blog, your Livonia, MI, dentist talks about how we use the DIAGNOdent… Read more »

3 Ways We Use Technology To Improve Smiles

Our team strives to help patients of all ages, from children to seniors, enjoy healthier and more beautiful smiles. To do this, we embrace the latest technology to accurately diagnose oral health concerns, allowing us to choose the right procedures and craft personalized treatment plans. We use technology to help improve smiles.

Intraoral Cameras: True or False Quiz

Have you ever noticed we use a lot of specialized equipment during your dental visits? This is because we want to help you feel knowledgeable, while we promote efficiency and comfort. For instance, we use intraoral cameras to capture instant images of your smile. Perhaps you have seen an image of your teeth up on… Read more »

Q&A: Detecting Tooth Decay With DIAGNOdent

Have you ever been shocked to find out you had a cavity? Perhaps you have long wondered why there isn’t some magical way to discover the tooth decay the moment it begins, rather than once you have a significant hole in your tooth. Or, maybe you’re one of the fortunate few who have never experienced… Read more »

Livonia Dentist Explains How Dental Software Improves Your Treatment

Thanks to advanced dental technology, your treatment has become more personalized and accurate than ever before. Digital imaging systems and computer software allow your dentist to make more accurate diagnoses and thoroughly explain recommended procedures while you are still in the exam room. In this post, your Livonia dentist explains how using Orasphere® dental software… Read more »

Enamel Microabrasion Can Remove Surface Stains, Says Livonia Dentist

Would you like a beautiful, lustrous smile? Then consider a couple of teeth whitening treatments. Although having an in-office whitening procedure does prove quite effective, bleaching may not rid your smile of every stain. Therefore, a doctor may recommend enamel microabrasion to ensure you receive top-notch results. Dr. James Stewart, your Livonia dentist explains enamel… Read more »

Routine Dental Checkups Can Prevent Dental Issues, Says Livonia Dentist

Every dentist urges his or her patients to receive dental checkups at least twice-a-year. Without regularly inspecting your oral health, minor dental problems can worsen and become increasingly difficult to treat. By offering exceptional dental services, your Livonia dentist, Dr. James Stewart, can help you preserve your beautiful smile. The Importance of Dental Checkups Going… Read more »

Earlier Cavity Detection with Your Livonia Dentist

During every routine dental visit, a few things happen: an exam, a cleaning, and x-rays, if you’re due to have them done. The exam gives your dentist a chance to look for any abnormalities like weak spots in the enamel, gum swelling or bleeding, and sensitivity. The dental explorer ( that metal probe used during… Read more »

Livonia Dentist Answers Frequently Asked Questions About General Dental Care

                      When was the last you visited the dentist? Routine dental appointments help ensure a healthy smile for years to come. Unfortunately, whether due to hectic schedules or financial issues, many people avoid regular dental care. As a result, they increase their risk of developing… Read more »

Livonia Dentist Offers Quality Implant Restorations

  Your Livonia Dentist, Dr. James Stewart, strives to provide patients with the latest in dental care. This is why Dr. Stewart believes in continuing education. Recently, Dr. Stewart completed coursework from the Midwest Implant Institute to learn additional skills in placing dental implants. In today’s blog, Dr. Stewart explains how dental implants can protect… Read more »