Advanced Dental Technology Powell, TN

Digital X-Rays

Digital X-Rays revolutionize dental practices by providing instantaneous and accurate images while reducing radiation exposure. Dentists can easily view and manipulate digital X-rays on a computer, enhancing diagnostic capabilities and enabling more efficient treatment planning.


CEREC® technology allows dentists to create and place ceramic restorations in a single dental visit. Using computer-aided design and manufacturing, CEREC® eliminates the need for messy impressions and temporary restorations, providing patients with custom-made, high-quality dental crowns, veneers, and inlays/onlays in a shorter timeframe.

Intraoral Camera

Intraoral cameras are invaluable tools that allow dentists to capture detailed images of a patient’s oral cavity. These small, handheld devices provide clear visuals, enabling dentists to guide patients about their oral health and facilitate better communication. Intraoral cameras also assist in early detection of dental issues, leading to timely interventions and improved patient care.

Intraoral Scanner

Intraoral scanners replace traditional impression materials, creating digital 3D models of a patient’s teeth and gums. These scanners enhance the accuracy and efficiency of restorative and orthodontic procedures, such as crowns, bridges, and clear aligners, while providing patients with a more comfortable experience by eliminating the need for messy impressions.

Digital CT Imaging

Digital CT imaging, also known as cone beam computed tomography, offers a three-dimensional view of the oral and maxillofacial structures. Dentists can evaluate bone density, detect pathology, and plan implant placements with greater precision. Digital CT imaging enhances diagnostics, treatment planning, and ensures safer and more predictable outcomes.

Laser Dentistry

Laser technology has transformed dental procedures by providing minimally invasive treatments, reducing discomfort, and promoting faster healing. Dentists utilize lasers for gum reshaping, cavity preparation, and soft tissue surgeries. Laser dentistry offers more precise control, reduces bleeding, and minimizes the need for anesthesia, improving patient comfort during dental procedures.

Air Abrasion

Air abrasion is a gentle alternative to traditional drilling methods, especially for smaller cavities. By using a stream of air and fine particles, dentists can precisely remove decayed tooth structure, preserving healthy tooth enamel. Air abrasion is less invasive, more conservative, and often eliminates the need for anesthesia.


The T-Scanner is a device used for diagnosing temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. It provides dentists with valuable information about jaw movement, muscle function, and occlusion. By analyzing the bite forces and identifying imbalances, the T-Scanner aids in the diagnosis and treatment planning of TMJ-related issues.


DIAGNOdent is a laser-based device that assists in the early detection of dental caries (cavities). It measures the fluorescence of tooth structure, allowing dentists to identify hidden decay in the early stages, even before it is visible on X-rays. DIAGNOdent aids in conservative treatment planning, preserving more natural tooth structure and preventing further decay progression.