Our staff at Asay Dental areproud to offer state-of-the-art dental technology. Dentaltechnology has come a long way and can make a tremendousdifference in diagnosing and treating tooth decay. We are committed to staying at the forefront of dental techniquesthrough continued dental education.
- Digital X-Rays
- Intraoral Camera
- DIAGNOdent™ Cavity Detection
- CariVu Imaging for cavity detection
Dr. Asay uses digital x-rays to identify cavities quickly and effectively. Digital x-rays now use less radiation to achieve high quality images of your teeth and jawbone. This technology will aid with the development of a conservative treatment plan to fit your needs. We will be able to instantly view your x-raysto help diagnose dental problems like tooth decay, multiple or missing teeth, jaw fractures, tumors, nerve locations, bone loss, nerve issues, etc.
Digital x-raysare an amazing technology we are proud to utilize in your service. Please call us at (801) 489-9494 to learn more.
Using the advanced DIAGNOdentTM cavity detection system, our team can diagnose and treat tooth decay in the earliest stages of development. This allows Dr. Asay to provide you with more conservative treatments that will promote your oralhealth long-term. Call Asay Dental at (801) 489-9494 to make your appointment and learn more about DIAGNOdent cavity detection.
DIAGNOdentTM is a laser cavity detection system that helps our dentist detect cavities at the earliest possible stage. This painless system uses a handpiece that our team members simply pass over your teeth. The DIAGNOdent then gives a numeric rating to indicate the health level of the tooth. If a tooth is decayed, the system will alert our team. We are then able to formulate a treatment plan to improve the health of the tooth.
For more information about DIAGNOdent and the other types of diagnostic technology we use at our office, we invite you to call or visit today.
CariVu Imaging for Cavity Detection
CariVutechnology is quick and comfortable to use. It detects tooth decay by using: Transillumination. This causes the natural tooth structure to appear mostly transparent and the decayed tooth structure to appear darkened.