Our State-of-the-Art Technology
Ryan Dental is committed to investing in the most cutting-edge technology to provide the exceptional care that our patients deserve. Our team is able to diagnose and treat dental issues faster and more comfortably, which allows patients to spend less time in the dental chair and more time doing things they enjoy. Have a question about the technology we utilize? Feel free to contact us!Contact Us
Air abrasion is a technique that blasts a stream of tiny particles to gently remove decay or prepare teeth for treatment, often eliminating the need for traditional drilling and reducing discomfort for patients.
CEREC milling machines utilize advanced CAD/CAM technology to create same-day dental restorations like crowns, veneers, and bridges, saving time and providing patients with convenient and efficient dental solutions.
Smile preview software allows patients to visualize and preview potential outcomes of cosmetic dental treatments, such as teeth whitening, orthodontics, or veneers, enabling them to make informed decisions and have a clear understanding of the expected results.
Intraoral cameras are small, handheld devices that capture high-resolution images of the inside of the mouth, enabling dentists to accurately diagnose and explain dental conditions to patients. These images can also be added to patient’s file to be referenced later.
Isolite is a device that suctions saliva during dental treatments and offers the patient a place to rest their jaw. It can also illuminate the inside of the patient’s mouth, making it easier for our team to see.
Soft-tissue laser gum therapy utilizes laser technology to precisely and gently treat gum-related issues such as periodontal disease, resulting in faster healing, minimal bleeding, and increased patient comfort. It can also be used for gum reshaping, and gum contouring.
ViziLite is an oral cancer screening technology that uses a special light to detect abnormal oral tissues that may be indicative of oral cancer or precancerous conditions, aiding in early detection and saving lives.
3D X-rays, also known as cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), provide dentists with highly detailed 3D images of the teeth, jawbone, and facial structures, facilitating accurate diagnoses, treatment planning, and more precise dental procedures.
Panoramic X-rays capture a broad view of the entire mouth, including teeth, jaws, and surrounding structures, allowing dentists to assess overall oral health, identify impacted teeth, evaluate jaw joint disorders, and detect abnormalities that may not be visible with conventional X-rays.