Dental Technology Mountain View // Cosmetic, Family & Implant Dentists Mountain View
Extraoral Dental Suction System
ADVANCING TECHNIQUE FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR PATIENTS AND STAFF
We are pleased to announce an additional layer of safety we have added to facilitate the care and protection of both our patients and our staff. We are confident the Extraoral Dental Suction is a great addition to our safety protocol.
In the wake of the recent global pandemic, in addition to our ongoing strict guidelines with regards to CDC mandates and “universal precautions”, we are pleased to announce an additional layer of safety we have added to facilitate the care and protection of both our patients and our staff.
The Extraoral Dental Suction System, provides additional high volume removal of droplets and aerosols associated with dental care. With an extensive medical grade filtration system, along with a UV light disinfectant, viral and germ products will be eliminated.
From personal protection (safety eyewear/mask/gloves/fluid resistant wear) to complete sterilization of all instrumentation to infection control protocol in all operatories, laboratories, bathroom facilities, hallways, front office reception area complete throughout our waiting room we are there to provide dental care in a safe and comfortable environment. We have extensive hand-washing protocols for all staff members in place. We meet the highest standard in training, including monthly testing and an annual training session with our OSHA compliance coordinato.
We are confident the Extraoral Dental Suction is a great addition to our safety protocol.
Cone Beam CT (CBCT) Mountain View
To better explain what Cone Beam CT (CBCT) is, we should first explain what regular CT is:
Computed tomography (CT) imaging, also referred to as a computed axial tomography (CAT) scan, involves the use of rotating x-ray equipment, combined with a digital computer, to obtain images of the body. Using CT imaging, cross sectional images of body organs and tissues can be produced. Though there are many other imaging techniques, CT imaging has the unique ability to offer clear images of different types of tissue. CT imaging can provide views of soft tissue, bone, muscle, and blood vessels, without sacrificing clarity. Other imaging techniques are much more limited in the types of images they can provide.
CT imaging is commonly used for diagnostic purposes. In fact, it is a chief imaging method used in diagnosing a variety of diseases, including those affecting the lungs, pancreas, and liver. CT has been used for several years in medicine, and now the technology is being harnessed to provide better imaging for dentistry, allowing us to provide our patients the highest quality of care.
Laser Dentistry Mountain View
Lasers have been used in dentistry to treat a number of dental problems. In our office, laser dental technology is used for tooth decay, gum disease, and widely applied for teeth whitening.
It is utilized to clean up decay within a tooth and have the surrounding enamel prepared for receipt of the filling. For some cases, it is also used to cure or harden a filling.
During root canal procedures, lasers are used to reshape gums and clean up bacteria.
Lasers effectively shorten the time for the teeth whitening procedures as the peroxide bleaching solution applied to the tooth surface is activated by the lasers.
How does it work?
During the process, lasers deliver energy in the form of light.
For whitening procedures, the laser beam acts as a source of heat and thus intensifying the effect of tooth bleaching agents.
For surgical procedures, the lasers perform as a cutting instrument or a vaporizer of the tissue that is being contacted.
For curing a filling, the lasers assist the process of strengthening the bond between the filling and the tooth.
Why it might be good for you:
As it may cause less pain in some cases, therefore it may reduce anxiety for patients that are uncomfortable with dental drill. It may also minimize bleeding and swelling for procedures that involve treating soft tissues.
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Meet Mountain View Dentist Dr. Victoria Vuong
Dr. Victoria Vuong was raised in the Bay Area and graduated from San Jose State University with a Bachelors degree in Business Finance. She worked in the Hi-Tech industry for several years before furthering her education in dentistry and attaining her Doctor of Dental Surgery from University of Southern California Dental School in 1997. She has been happily associated with Dental Zone Mtn View since 2009.
Meet Mountain View Dentist Dr. Kurosch Hatami
Dr. Kurosch Hatami was born in Nurnberg , Germany and has lived in the bay area for over 31 years. After graduating from Monta Vista High School , Cupertino , he attended the University of San Francisco receiving a Bachelor degree in Biology. Dr. Hatami went on to receive his Doctorate in Dental Surgery from the University of the Pacific, in San Francisco.
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