Cutting Edge Equipment & Training

Today's dentistry offers each person the opportunity to have a healthy, beautiful smile. We provide state of the art dental care while maintaining strict infection control procedures. Frequent continuing education experiences keep us instep with the leading edge of dentistry. We believe that your dental treatment should last for many years. To this end, we strive to provide the highest quality care possible with an emphasis on disease prevention and dental health.

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Dexis Digital X-rays

Digital X-rays can help your dentist spot a number of issues in your mouth, including decay and possible bone loss. Dentists also use this imaging during treatment planning. To capture a digital image, your dentist first will put a sensor or phosphor plate in your mouth before taking a digital X-ray. This sensor allows the image to be viewed on a computer screen, where it can be adjusted for contrast and brightness, allowing for optimal diagnosis.

The digital X-ray process is much faster than traditional X-ray systems, decreasing your radiation exposure and eliminating potential treatment disruptions.

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Dexis Intraoral Camera

With an intraoral camera, your dentist will be able to spot problematic areas in your mouth, such as fractured teeth, receding gums, and broken restorations. An intraoral camera also is used to help you better understand the condition of your teeth, and why your dentist is ordering a specific treatment or procedure.

An intraoral camera looks like a wand or pen. Its images can be displayed on a computer screen for easy viewing by the patient and doctor.

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Cerec CAD/CAM Technologies

In the past, when you needed a dental restoration, such as a crown, your dentist would make a mold of the tooth in question and the area surrounding it and send the mold to a lab, which would make the permanent crown. This process would take a week or more, after which the patient, fitted with a temporary crown, would have to return to the office for the final crown placement. However, computer assisted design and computer-assisted manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technologies speed up this process by creating your new restoration in the office while you wait.

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Sirona Galileos Cone Beam Imaging

Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) imaging can help your dentist plan for dental implants, evaluate abnormal teeth, and diagnose cavities. Also, CBCT imaging helps your dentist spot any dental trauma. This X-ray machine is designed to rotate around your head, capturing data using a 'Cone-shaped' X-ray beam and giving your dentist a 3-D view of your teeth, mouth, jaw, neck, ears, nose, and throat.

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Picasso Lite Dental Laser

A dental laser is an instrument that produces a very narrow, intense beam of light energy, which is used to help remove or shape tissue in the mouth. Your dentist may use a dental laser for tooth-whitening procedures, gum disease therapy, the detection and removal of tooth decay, and the detection and filling of cavities. Your dentist also may use a laser to remove lesions from your mouth or relieve canker sore pain. These lasers can reduce symptoms and the healing times associated with a number of dental therapies, as well as help control bleeding and reduce the prevalence of mouth bacteria in diseased gum tissue and tooth cavities.

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DIAGNOdentDIAGNOdent - Laser Caries Detection Aid

More and more patients place value on healthy and attractive teeth. In order to maintain them, the earliest possible care is essential. DIAGNOdent aids in the detections of caries. Even very small lesions are detected at the earliest stage, enabling you to protect and preserve the tooth substance.

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Porcelain Dental Restorations

Same-Day Smiles! At Broadway Dental we make it easy to restore your confidence with a great looking smile! Our CEREC technology can provide immediate enhancement after just one visit.

You don't have to live with those unsightly chips or discolorations anymore. CEREC quickly produces the highest quality porcelain restorations so you'll be able to let your smile shine.

Highest Quality Restoration with CEREC

Our CEREC technology enables a simple and painless process, designed to provide results after a single visit. CEREC will take an optical impression of your mouth, then create a restoration to match the position and color with your current teeth. There are many reasons why CEREC is our trusted restoration technology:

  • Metal-free materials - CEREC uses materials that are closest to your natural enamel, giving you the highest quality restorative care.
  • Trusted method - CEREC technology has been in use since 1987.
  • Quick and painless procedure - One visit is all it takes to enhance your smile!
  • Beautiful results - A high-quality restoration that matches your tooth color and increases your confidence.

CEREC Reconstruction step by step

Step 1

The defective filling and decay is removed. A reflective powder layer prepares the tooth for imaging.

CEREC Step One

Step 2

  • An optical 3D image is acquired with a small camera, directly in your mouth.
  • The restoration is created on the screen using the image data.
  • Diamond coated instruments mill a ceramic block to reproduce the design.
  • This is accomplished using Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacture (CAD/CAM).

CEREC Step Two

Step 3

  • After polishing, the new restoration fits precisely.
  • A unique light hardens the bonding material, uniting porcelain and tooth.
  • Polishing or glazing ensures a pleasant smooth and natural feel.
  • The color and appearance make the special ceramic material blend with your tooth.
  • Perfectly bonded porcelain ensures an extremely long life for your teeth.
  • Maximun strength, great looks!

CEREC Step Three

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Single Tooth Anesthesia System

Dr. Soseman using Single Tooth Anesthesia SystemMake yourself comfortable!

At Broadway Dental, we remain on the cutting edge of technology to ensure a more enjoyable experience for you! If your visit requires anesthesia, our STA™ System provides many advantages over traditional anesthesia methods.

STA (or "Single Tooth Anesthesia") allows precise numbing only on the teeth which are being treated. A numb mouth after you leave the dentist is a hindrance on your daily activities, so STA minimizes "mush mouth" by using precise calculations to deliver anesthetic. This allows a faster, more comfortable procedure for you. We're not only doctors, we're patients, too - so we understand that comfort is essential to a pleasant dental visit.

The STA System is great for children or those of us who tend to feel a bit like a child in the dentist chair. We're committed to helping you enjoy your visit so you'll come see us again and again!

STA SystemThe Most Comfortable Dental Visit

The STA™ System is an incredibly precise anesthesia delivery system which will greatly increase your comfort during a vast range of procedures.

Procedures such as:

  • Crowns
  • Trimming Gums
  • Fillings
  • Root Canals
  • And More!

Proven to Increase Comfort - Our STA System is clinically proven to maximize your comfort level. It sends detailed real-time information to your doctor so the injection is precise and fast.

Minimizes "Numb Mouth" After Your Visit - A mushy mouth may be funny for others after your visit, but for you it's just annoying. STA allows single-tooth anesthesia, so the rest of your mouth will function normally when your visit is complete.

Enables Faster Procedures - Since anesthesia is immediate, the dentist has the opportunity to perform procedures that typically needed more than one visit, saving your valuable time.

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Cutting Edge Technology