Advanced Technology - Torrance, CA
Superior Quality for Excellent Care
In order to provide the highest-quality care possible, you need to have the right tools, which is why Blue Coast Dental Group is filled with some of the most advanced dental technology available today. With the instruments listed below, we’re able to find, diagnose, and treat a myriad of dental problems in much less time while keeping our patients more comfortable. Our commitment to technology is just another way we ensure the experience of our patients. If you’re ready to enjoy the very best that modern dentistry has to offer, contact us today for an appointment.
With an intraoral camera, you’ll finally be able to see your smile from your dentist’s point of view. This small, pen-sized device fits easily into the mouth and can capture high-resolution images of the teeth and gums we can then display on a large chairside monitor. This not only makes it much easier for us to catch dental issues early, but it will also make it much simpler for you to understand the current state of your dental health or why we might be suggesting a treatment.
Our office uses X-rays every day to catch dental problems that are invisible to the naked eye, and to make this tool even better, we’ve gone all digital. Digital X-rays can create crystal-clear images in seconds, they don’t require toxic chemicals to be developed, and even better, they emit up to 80% LESS radiation compared to traditional, film-based dental X-rays. Also, the images can be stored, sent, and copied instantly, making both referrals and filing for insurance a breeze.
Soft Tissue Laser
Our soft tissue laser enables our in-house periodontist, Dr. Refela, to perform a wide variety of gum-related procedures with relative ease. With this one tool, he can quickly eliminate bacteria hidden beneath the gum line, remove infected tissue, and even provide painless gum lifts to correct a “gummy” smile. It uses an extremely concentrated beam of light, and because of its accuracy, Dr. Refela can complete a treatment without affecting the surrounding healthy gums, leading to a much easier experience and recovery overall.
If you’re the type of person who hates getting shots at the dentist, then we know you’ll love The Wand. It is a computer-assisted anesthesia administration device, which is just a fancy way of saying that it helps take away that little pinch before you go numb. A small, pen-like device first applies a topical anesthetic to an area before administering the rest extremely slowly and evenly. The end result? A patient basically feels nothing right before they feel nothing!