Advanced Technology

We are pleased to use state-of-the-art dental technology here at Bel-Red Best Smiles when providing your care. These technologies make it possible for Dr. Sharma to provide you with faster and more accurate diagnoses, more precise treatments and a higher quality of care.

Digital X-Rays

Our office is equipped with latest technology to allow for the best services and treatments in modern dentistry. The digital X-ray machine used by our doctor emits less radiation than previous models and our team always makes sure to minimize your exposure through proper coverage. X-rays allow our dental team to have a closer look at what is happening with your teeth to catch any issues that may be invisible to the naked eye. Overtime your x-rays tell your doctor a story of your personal dental needs. Through digital record keeping, it becomes easy to monitor any potential cavities or signs of decay. Clear X-rays are an important part of tracking your health and that is why we make sure to keep our technology up-to-date at all times.

Intraoral Camera

While X-rays allow for a deeper view of your teeth, an intraoral camera provides a more realistic image of what is happening on the surface. This tool may not be a part of your normal six-month checkup, but if anything seems suspicious our dentist can easily take a closer look. Early diagnosis is key to preventative care and well-executed interventions. By using an intraoral camera everything inside the mouth can be seen in more detail on an external monitor. Everything from plaque to small cavities and cracks can be enhanced to be sure our dentist knows exactly what is happening with your teeth. Maintaining a beautiful smile and healthy gums has never been easier.

Oral Cancer Screening

Dentists are not only specialists in teeth but in the gums and the surrounding tissue. At your checkups our hygienist or dentist will always take care to recognize any signs of oral cancer. Using various tools and knowledge they will address any concerns and advise you accordingly. If you have not had a checkup in a while and you believe you may have oral cancer, here are some symptoms to look out for:

  •  Any lumps or new growths
  •  Trouble with chewing, moving the jaw or tongue or even swallowing
  •  Sores that seem to bleed or not be healing over time
  •  White or red sores or spots appearing anywhere in the mouth

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