An intraoral camera provides a broader and comprehensive dental evaluation. By using these little pen-like tools, our skilled dental team can have an improved, high-resolution view of your gums and teeth. An intraoral camera can capture all angles of your gums and teeth and creates a live video that is shown on a connected screen. Additionally, it may provide a more precise diagnosis and allow you to fully understand your problem. The intraoral camera system may also be used during a procedure to provide a greater visual. During your initial consultation at our practice in Arlington Heights, IL, our team at Springer/Orser Dentistry will show you the advantages of intraoral cameras to supply a more precise dental exam and treatments.
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Employing an intraoral camera to view the gums and teeth can be helpful for every patient. It helps you visualize your dental problems by showing you a more clear picture of the issue. As a helpful instrument, intraoral cameras provide a much more precise diagnosis and make it much easier to decide on your treatment options.
What To Expect
Having a size and shape very similar to a pencil, an intraoral camera is a versatile tool that transmits live video from inside your mouth to a screen. The camera will be glided over your gums and teeth while the images appear on the screen. We will also have the ability to capture images that will be used in a more thorough evaluation. By enabling our dental team to see the pictures on a monitor, a more educated decision and treatment program can be produced. This may ultimately allow you to have a better understanding of your oral health.
When an issue is discovered using the intraoral camera, we will talk with you concerning the proper therapy choices available to address it. After a plan is verified, you may need to schedule your appointment(s) at our facility to start your care. Normally, intraoral cameras are helpful in identifying a issue early, so your treatment might take less time and be less invasive. The camera may also be utilized during your procedure to make it even more effective.
Before your evaluation or procedure, our staff will get in touch with your insurer to ascertain any personal expenses. Our practice also takes several payments, including low-interest financing.
Plan Your Procedure
Employing an intraoral camera throughout your dental evaluation or therapy may allow better precision. At our practice, we are pleased to provide this state-of-the-art equipment to better treat you. To find more information, contact our office in Arlington Heights, IL and schedule an appointment at Springer/Orser Dentistry.