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Our Technology

We know that keeping up with the latest technological advancements is key to providing the best experience for our patients. That's why our state-of-the-art equipment and skilled professionals work hand in hand to ensure everyone who steps into our office receives the highest quality treatment.

CEREC milling machine

CEREC® Primescan

CEREC® Primescan allows us to create highly accurate digital impressions of your teeth and gums. With a handheld device, we capture detailed images of your oral tissue and design precise dental restorations like crowns, veneers, and bridges.

By eliminating the need for messy traditional impression materials, CEREC® Primescan offers patients a more comfortable and efficient experience and faster and more accurate dental treatments.

CEREC® Prime Mill

CEREC® Prime Mill is a cutting-edge milling machine that works with the CEREC® Primescan system. After we capture your digital impressions, the CEREC® Prime Mill uses computer-aided design technology to sculpt dental restorations from blocks of ceramic and other materials.

Thanks to this technology, we create custom-made restorations right in our office, reducing waiting time and avoiding temporary restorations. The result is beautifully crafted, natural-looking dental restorations that blend in with your existing teeth.

Dentsply Sirona Primeprint

Dentsply Sirona Primeprint is an innovative 3D printing technology that helps us create highly detailed dental models, surgical guides, and orthodontic aligners using digital designs. Primeprint uses quality materials and precise printing techniques to make dental procedures more efficient.

Schick and Dexis Digital Sensors

Schick and Dexis digital sensors are advanced imaging devices used in dental radiography. Since these sensors capture high-resolution X-ray images of your teeth and jaws, we can make accurate diagnoses and develop effective treatment plans while prioritizing your safety.

Compared to traditional X-ray film, digital sensors offer several advantages, such as:

  • Faster image acquisition
  • Reduced radiation exposure
  • Ability to enhance and manipulate images for better

Intraoral Cameras

Intraoral cameras are small, handheld devices we use to take close-up, high-definition images you're your mouth. These cameras have a small lens and a bright light source, which let us visualize and capture detailed images of teeth, gums, and other oral structures.

Aside from providing valuable information to create restorations and diagnose, intraoral cameras help us educate you about your oral health by showing you real-time images of your dental conditions.

Want to Give Our Technology a Try?

Ready to experience modern dental care at Jenkins Family Dentistry? Book your appointment and discover the magic of technology and expert hands working together for your radiant smile. Call us today!