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Our Advanced Technology

Dental technology is evolving faster than ever these days, and to see evidence of that, all you need to do is visit Premier Care Dental in Klamath Falls. Thanks to our advanced imaging technology, we’re able to find, diagnose, and treat dental issues even faster and better explain your care. With the tools outlined below, we can ensure that your care is always comfortable, precise, and of the highest quality.

Intraoral Camera

Woman looking at inraoral photos

Wouldn’t it be great if you could actually see what your dentist is talking about? With our intraoral camera, you finally can! This small, handheld device can capture high-resolution images of your teeth and gums we can then display on a large chairside monitor. You’ll literally gain a whole new perspective on your dental health, plus these images will make it much easier for us to explain why you might need a certain treatment.

Digital X-Rays

Dental x-rays on computer

X-rays have been an essential tool in dentistry for decades, and thanks to digital X-rays, we’re now able to get an even better look at the surfaces below your teeth and gums. They can create crystal-clear images almost instantly, and they also expose our patients to 90% LESS radiation compared to traditional X-rays. Plus, because everything is digitized, the images can be instantly sent, stored, and displayed on a nearby monitor for you to view with your dentist.

CT / Cone Beam Scanner

Woman receiving 3D scan

In certain situations, we need a little more information about your smile than what a typical X-ray can show us, and that’s when we like to use our CT/cone beam scanner. This device can create a fully 3D image of your teeth, jaw, and other surrounding structures, including soft tissues like nerves. With this kind of image, we’re able to gain a more global understanding of your dental health, catch hidden infections even sooner, and create detailed treatment plans for more complicated procedures.