Many procedures can be done in less time and with better results. Laser technology combined with tooth-colored fillings is more precise, less invasive, and cosmetically superior to treatment with traditional drills and silver mercury fillings.
This “microscopic sandblaster” permits removal of dental decay without any injection or use of anesthetic in most cases. As a patient, you only feel a gentle spray of an air and powder and none of the vibration or heat caused by traditional dental drills.
This new high-tech laser system can detect tooth decay in its earliest stages. Treating cavities found by this laser fixes problems when they are small and easily repaired.
Although not new, N2O2 or “laughing gas” is available to our patients at no additional charge. Essentially, it is our insurance policy for your comfort. Since it is complimentary, for many it is a no-brainer.
Early diagnosis is so important for all forms of cancer. VELscope is an important new technology that helps in identifying oral cancer at its earliest stages. Your complete oral health is so important to us that we provide this service (a $70 value) free of charge.
Advanced technology permits us to take x-rays that display on a monitor. Not only can you see your x-rays clearer, but you will be exposed to up to 90% less radiation than traditional x-rays.
This is the cutting-edge of dental anesthesia. Patients love this technology, a computer-controlled anesthesia delivery system that provides immediate, pain-free dental anesthesia for all injection types.
Have you ever wondered what the dentist really sees while looking in your mouth? We use an ultra-small digital camera which is connected to a monitor to show you the condition of your teeth. You can now see what we see!
‘‘I could not imagine a more service-oriented dental office. Grin lives up to all the promises. When we visit Grin, we feel like the focus is really on us, and that all of the staff will do whatever it takes to take care of our dental needs. I wouldn’t go anywhere else!"
Katie S. - Actual Grin Patient