Here is a brief overview of our modern dental equipment:
- Computer x-rays: To make diagnosis easier and more accurate, we use digital x-rays. These are safer, meaning 90% less radiation than conventional x-rays, and only 5 seconds from mouth to get visuals on computer screen
- Digital Panoramic x-ray: gives a full mouth picture of the entire upper and lower jaw and joints, nasal area, sinuses, teeth and surrounding bone. It can reveal cysts, tumours, bone irregularities and much more. These visuals are shown on monitors which are attached to our dental chairs, enabling the patients to view the x-ray whilst laying in the chair. These digital x-rays can be printed, emailed, or copied (onto your own USB flash drive) at no extra cost.
- Hydrim: The hydrim features a new automated method of washing dental instruments that ensures they are thoroughly cleaned, free of debris and ready for sterilization. By virtually eliminating debris on instruments, the hydrim promotes more effective sterilization.
- Statim: The statim is a compact, counter-top sterilising unit that features a number of sterilizing cycles, using steam. It is suitable for all types of dental and medical instruments designed to withstand steam sterilization
CEREC (CEramic REConstruction)
This is a dental restoration product that allows us to create full ceramic inlays, onlays, partial crown, veneers as well as crowns in as little as one session! It is done by means of CAD/CAM – computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing.
CEREC Aquisition Unit
The DAC Professional autoclave complies with EN 13060 requirements and provides a top level of sterilization to improve safety for patients.
It provides complete steam penetration and is especially effective for sterilizing difficult instruments, making it the ideal sterilization solution for your practice.
DAC sterilizer products are used in the important process of sterilization which takes place on a regular basis in any dental practice.
Instruments must be cleaned and sterilized constantly in order to reduce the danger of cross contamination of a wide ranges of viruses including Herpes, TB, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV.