Dental Technologies at Dental Arts on Essex
At Dental Arts on Essex, we strongly believe our patients are entitled to the most comfortable, safe, and effective treatments available today. Whether you’re visiting us for a dental cleaning, examination, or one of our many other dental services, we will use the latest in dental technology to help ensure your ultimate satisfaction. Dr. Noyes and Dr. Niziak are dedicated to upholding the highest of standards in patient care and satisfaction.
Technologies at Dental Arts on Essex
Something you may never had thought of before is the cleanliness of the air you breathe inside your dental office. Now, you will never look back.
Dental offices are high-traffic spaces that produce volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the dental materials used and the constant use of disinfectants and dental instruments. Of equal concern are the bio-aerosols created during various dental procedures. This “cloud” of bio-aerosols carries viruses and bacteria (lately COVID-19 of particular concern), all around the dental office. These microscopic cells can linger in the air for hours and multiply as the day goes on.
This is why it is absolutely essential that we do not take clean air lightly. At Dental Arts on Essex, we have invested in the best-of-the-best when it comes to YOUR air. Our office has three separate Surgically Clean Air (SAC) towers to ensure your ultimate health and safety. Surgically Clean Air is not your standard air purifier or HEPA filter. The SAC system is a surgical-grade indoor air cleaning system that used in thousands of surgical operating rooms across the country. It is equipped with a robust, multi-stage filtration process that uses visual sensors for real-time air quality monitoring and captures 99.998%* of airborne particles down to 0.1 microns. It then uses an additional “layer of security” by purifying the air with UV-C light bulbs to kill pathogens.
On average, you take 20,000 breaths each day, 90% of which are of indoor air. During your time with us, you can be at peace with the air you are breathing. As Surgically Clean Air says themselves, Breath Pure. Breathe Healthy.
According to the American Cancer Society, there are about 54,000 new cases of oropharyngeal (oral cavity) cancer each year, resulting in just over 11,000 deaths. Although the average age for oral cavity cancer is in the mid-sixties, there have been several cases of occurrence in our younger population as well. With the rise in HPV (human papillomavirus) infections and its connection to oropharyngeal cancer, the prevalence of oral cancer has risen. This makes proper detection methods more important than ever!
What sets us apart:
OralID ™ is a small, painless light that uses fluorescence technology to aid in the visualization of oral cancer, pre-cancer, and other abnormal lesions. Every single patient, new and existing, receives an OralID ™cancer screening examination in our office.
CEREC® is a state-of-the-art method for dental reconstruction that uses computer-assisted design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) to offer single-day restorations for our patients. No longer do you have to suffer through messy impressions and unsightly, uncomfortable temporary crowns.
Instead, we will take a digital impression of your tooth with our Primsescan Intraoral Scanner, design your new restoration with impressive software right in front of your eyes, and create it in-house with our milling machine. Using an intraoral scanner instead of impression materials allows for an incredibly accurate fit and using milled ceramic (a stronger form of porcelain) allows for a longer-lasting and more durable restoration.
One of our favorite features of CEREC technology is our ability to copy the existing shape and size of your current tooth, making it easier to fit into any night guards, retainers, or existing dental appliances that you already have!
In our office, you can go home in your gorgeous, final crown in under 3 hours!
Soft tissue laser therapy allows us to treat smaller periodontal procedures, such as the gentle removal of excess gum tissue and to treat deep gingival (gum) pockets that harbor bacteria and cause gum disease. Even in tough situations where gum tissue is inflamed around a deep cavity, we can use laser treatment to effectively access the cavity in a cleaner, more comfortable way for our paitents.
Cutting-Edge Dental Treatment at Dental Arts on Essex
At Dental Arts on Essex, we are passionate about our patients. We are uncompromising in our technology, your comfort, and in the quality of our work. Whether your dental needs are simple or complex, Dr. Noyes and Dr. Niziak are qualified and our experienced team is here to make sure you feel safe. Come and enjoy dental care at a Peabody dental office unlike anything you have ever experienced!
Here at Dental Arts on Essex, we’re excited to have these technologies in our office. If you have any questions about our technologies, don’t hesitate to ask. Bring it up in your next visit or call us at (978) 531-3010.