Advanced Dental Technology

We are pleased to use state-of-the-art dental technology here at Springhill Dental & Orthodontics when providing your care. These technologies make it possible for Dr. Grewal to provide you with faster and more accurate diagnoses, more precise treatments and a higher quality of care.

3D CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) Scans

We use the latest dental technology at Springhill Dental & Orthodontics, including 3D CBCT scans. This scan provides more accurate images of the mouth, teeth, jaw bone density, soft tissues, and nerves in the craniofacial region in one scan. This helps us for more accurate diagnoses and to treat dental and oral surgery conditions. Traditional film and x-ray methods do not provide the level of detail or accuracy that CBCT does.

This scan is only used for certain surgical cases because it does transmit more radiation than other digital x-rays; however, the benefits of this scan outweigh the risks.

CBCT is commonly used in more complex dental implant cases.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) & Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF)

Healing is an individual process, yet safe, natural procedures can accelerate hard- and soft tissue rejuvenation for each patient. At Springhill Dental & Orthodontics, with PRP and PRF, recovery and healing are faster, as is tissue regeneration. A small amount of the patient’s blood is collected with an IV just before treatment and processed in a centrifuge, making a concentrated “jelly-like” plug or membrane used during treatment. The patient’s blood platelets are a therapeutic tool for tissue repair during the wound healing process.

Digital Scanner

Our dental team uses an advanced digital scanner to examine your mouth and capture detailed 3D images of your oral structures. These images are used in creating impressions, designing your restorations and ensuring that your treatments meet your exact needs.

Digital impressions have some advantages over traditional ones. Traditional impressions involve a material that is often messy, inconvenient, and uncomfortable. When taking digital impressions, an intraoral camera takes hundreds of pictures of your mouth, all while you watch on a chairside monitor. Our software then pieces together these images to create a highly accurate, three-dimensional representation of your teeth and gums. The entire process takes anywhere from 45 seconds to a minute and a half!

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