Here at Westborough Dental Care, we have the most top of the line and cutting edge, in office equipment to take care of all your dental needs. Our scanners for digital scans assist us with creating: Invisalign, Oral Health Scans, Crowns, Occlusal Guards/retainers instead of traditional impressions ("no goop"), as well as 3d surgical guides for implant placements.
Cone Beam CT
This advanced technology generates high quality 3D images that can be used to create surgical guides for precise implant placement, treatment planning, evaluation of bone structure, tooth orientation, impacted teeth, jaw, sinuses, TMJ and more. A Cone Beam CT scan can also show small, hidden infections that would not be found on traditional x-rays.
iTero Intraoral Scanner
This is a dental imaging scanner that allows us to have (and share with you!) clear and detailed images of your teeth and gums. We can use this technology to observe and track changes in your teeth over time. With the iTero Intraoral scanner, we can create clear aligners (an alternative to bracketed braces), mouth guards, and retainers without the traditional “goop” impressions.
Primescan and CEREC
With the Primescan scanner and CEREC mill we are able to take a precise scan of teeth for onlays, crowns, bridges, and other restorative procedures. Paired with the CEREC, we can use the scan to mill your restoration in-office, and can often seat it that same day. This technology ensures accuracy, precision, and saves you a trip!
Air Flo Technology
The latest in preventive dental care, our AIRFLOW® machine is more effective than traditional cleaning methods. It provides a greater clean while making the experience more comfortable for the patient. It can also effortlessly deep clean all those hard-to-reach places. This is especially helpful in deep cleaning patients' teeth who have braces or dental implants.
Lasers can be effective in many aspects of dentistry and can make your dental procedure more comfortable. Lasers can be used in the treatment of gum disease, reshaping gums, and can also be effective in reducing the progression of cold sores.