Innovative Dental Technology

At Espire Dental, we use cutting-edge technology to ensure you receive the best possible treatment. Our tools include digital X-rays, advanced cancer-screening technology, and CEREC machines that create same-day crowns. We also use intraoral cameras that allow patients to get an up-close view of conditions like tooth decay and broken teeth. Finally, we employ laser technology to detect small cavities and treat gum disease. Many of these tools are not available at other dental offices, but we believe prioritizing advanced technology is an important way to demonstrate our commitment to providing patients with convenient and effective care. We are committed to using the latest technology on the market to ensure all your dental treatments are efficient, high quality, ensuring the best results for you. Here's how Espire uses technology for the best patient outcomes.

Trios 3 Shape

We use this wireless scanner to create digital impressions of your mouth. This allows us to create same day treatment plans for you without the mess and delay in processing. All part of our commitment to providing you with the highest level of care through the most advanced technology available.

Zeiss Microscope

Our Zeiss dental microscope make tooth details and fine structures clearly visible. It enables our dental specialists to better visualize the regions of interest and consistently provide our patients with high-quality examinations and treatments. Our Endodontists regularly use the dental microscope during root canal therapy to improve patient outcomes.

Cerec Crown Machine

Get faster, better-looking crowns with fewer injections and drillings. Our revolutionary Cerec system designs and generates porcelain crowns in just one visit.

Intra-Oral Camera

You can see exactly what your doctor or hygienist is talking about with our intra-oral camera. From the pictures you can see the effects of decay, broken teeth or cracks, and better understand what we’re working on.

Digital X-Rays

Get the safest X-rays available – our digital X-rays reduce radiation exposure by 80%. We can also view the X-rays instantaneously from our flat screen computer monitors at every treatment chair.

Soft Tissue Laser

Lasers are a pain free, fast and precise way to treat many gum problems. We can use them to reduce gums and reveal more tooth, get rid of stubborn cold sores or treat children who are tongue tied.

Laser Cavity Detection

We can find hard-to-diagnose cavities with laser detection. By spotting and treating cavities while they are still small we’ll save you time, money and discomfort in the long run. Proven to be over 90% accurate, laser cavity detection is also completely painless.

Cutting Edge Cancer Screening

Oral Cancer is a growing concern, and early detection is the best way to protect yourself. That’s why LFD is now using Oral ID to screen for a range of oral cancers. The device is a simple, efficient, and painless way to detect potential oral cancers as early as possible.

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