Advanced Dental Technology – Mansfield, TX

We Use Only the Best in State-of-the-Art Technology

Dental technology in dental treatment room

A patient’s visit to the dentist’s office shouldn’t have to include older methods and techniques. Outdated equipment may still be found in various dental practices throughout the country, but at 360 Dental Lounge, we are committed to only using the very best in state-of-the-art dental technology here in Mansfield. This is why you’ll find our iTero digital impression system, a CT/Cone Beam Scanner, soft tissue laser, and intraoral cameras. Review the information below or call our dental office to learn more about what we use to produce life-changing smiles.

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

C T cone beam scanner standing against white wall

When it comes to placing dental implants, performing a root canal, or preparing for another form of extensive dental treatment, Dr. Bavishi and Dr. Doshi turn to our Vatech CT/Cone Beam Scanner. As a revolutionary device that scans an individual’s head using its 360-degree rotating arm, it captures images of the various oral and facial structures (i.e., teeth, gums, bones, nerves, blood vessels, etc.) and combines them to create a 3D model. Designed for easier viewing and treatment planning, our team can analyze the data and create a plan that ensures more accurate results.

Digital Dental Impressions

Dentist capturing digital impressions of teeth

In the past, dentists placed cold dental putty in a mold and had patients bite down to create an impression. Often inducing gag reflexes and creating unpleasant experiences for individuals in need of restorations, we are pleased to announce that this method is no longer used in our office. Instead, we reach for our iTero digital dental impression system. Consisting of a camera-tipped wand, we will scan a patient’s mouth to create a three-dimensional model that can be viewed on a chairside monitor. This enhanced image will then be sent to lab technicians for the fabrication of a new restoration.

Soft Tissue Laser

Hand holding a metal dental laser device

Caring for a patient’s gums requires extreme care. This is why we use a soft tissue laser. When infected with gum disease, the use of a laser makes it easier for us to target the problem area and eliminate bad oral bacteria. Because of the device’s extreme precision, we can avoid touching any healthy areas of tissue, ensuring that only damaged or decayed portions are removed. In using this type of dental technology, we can minimize bleeding and swelling to ensure a faster recovery after gum disease treatment.

Intraoral Camera

Gloved hands holding an intraoral camera

Patients who have always been interested in seeing what it is that a dentist sees when performing a dental checkup now have the opportunity thanks to intraoral cameras. These advanced dental devices scan the inside of the mouth to show both the patient and our team the status of the teeth and gums. If pockets of decay exist, we can thoroughly explain the process of removal and why it’s necessary to avoid worsening symptoms in the future. We can also more thoroughly discuss ways to improve oral hygiene habits at home.