Benefits of the intra-oral camera
When you arrive at our practice, you will quickly discover that we put a strong emphasis on keeping up with the latest techniques and technology to best serve our patients. Drs. Robert Gemmell and Ty Jaros of Distinctive Dentistry are dedicated to upgrading to the most advanced technologies to ensure patients have access to the highest quality services. Our team is pleased to offer intraoral cameras for diagnostic dentistry and patient education.
What is an intra-oral camera?
Intra-oral cameras are small devices that provide a way of obtaining images through a computer. Instead of telling a patient what is going on in their mouth, the dentist can display what they see on a monitor for the patients themselves to view. In addition, the intraoral camera allows the dentist to take screenshots of the patient’s smile, which may be stored or sent to dental insurance companies as needed. These digital images are critical to helping patients understand their diagnosis and the importance of upcoming dental work that may be needed.
Does the use of the intra-oral camera hurt?
Absolutely not! The intra-oral camera is incredibly small and gets amazing detail through a hand-held, wand-like device. This device captures details of the gums and teeth and may even show patients issues such as gum recession or broken teeth and restorations. By showing patients the problem in greater detail, they often understand what needs to be done to restore their smile. Additionally, our team finds that dental insurance benefits are paid easier and faster, thanks to photographic proof of the problem at hand. This means faster approval and less cost for most restorative dental treatments.
Call Distinctive Dentistry to learn more about intra-oral cameras and their use during your appointment.
Eugene, OR patients who require dental work or diagnostics can benefit from working with a team that offers intraoral cameras in dentistry. Drs. Robert Gemmell and Ty Jaros of Distinctive Dentistry have reinvested into their practice to provide this and other technologically advanced solutions for new and current patients. Call (541) 689-1287 to schedule a consultation with our team at 1775 River Road.