Providing exceptional patient experiences is not just a consideration at South Florida Sedation Dentistry; it is our mission and the cornerstone of our care. We choose to incorporate some of the most advanced dental technology into our West Palm Beach, FL office.
This advanced dental technology allows us to provide the best possible care in the safest way possible for the most beneficial improvements to our patients’ oral health and overall wellbeing. Unlike dentistry of the past, advanced technologies of today have made it possible to diagnose oral conditions early, improve the accuracy and precision of many procedures, and provide an overall positive experience for patients. Our technology also helps improve the safety of conventional treatments and services that are often uncomfortable and invasive. We are proud to offer our patients dentistry that leverages this advanced dental technology, as well as the expertise of our dentist, Dr. Mitchel Senft.
Cone Beam CT technology provides highly precise, quality 3D images of the interior of the mouth, including the teeth, gums, bone, nerves, and sinus cavities. Three-dimensional imaging is a crucial initial step for many of our treatment processes as it produces highly accurate representations of the oral structures with much less skewing and radiation as that of conventional x-rays.
PIEZOSURGERY uses ultrasonic vibrations to precisely cut bone without damaging the gum tissue. This procedure is highly effective and safe, and is beneficial for use when blood vessels or nerves are near the treatment site. PIEZOSURGERY benefits the patient by being gentler and less invasive for minimized bleeding, reduced pain, and a faster recover time.
PRGF is a plasma rich protein found in the blood used during hard and soft tissue treatment. By isolating proteins from the patient’s own blood, we are able to accelerate the healing and regeneration of new bone and soft tissue after a procedure. PRGF is highly safe and convenient, effectively helping to promote faster and better healing, especially after bone grafting treatment.