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Our Advanced Dental Services & Technology– Lakeway, TX

State-of-the-Art Dentistry Solutions

In order to provide you with the best care possible, we need the right tools, which is why Eaddy Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry, PLLC is committed to only using the most state-of-the-art, advanced dental services and technology in Lakeway, TX. With it, we’re able to ensure that your experience with us is always quick, efficient, and comfortable. The instruments we’ve outlined below will help your appointments fly by and ensure every treatment we provide is as effective as possible. Read on below to learn more.

CBCT Scanner

Woman receiving 3D cone beam scan

Our CBCT Scanner enables us to create a fully 3D X-ray image of your teeth, jaw, nerves, blood vessels, and several other surrounding structures. In addition to being just really cool to look at, this kind of image also helps us gain a much more global understanding of your dental anatomy. We can also use it to create more precise treatment plans for more complicated procedures such as dental implant placement and wisdom tooth extraction.

Intraoral Camera

Dentist and patient looking at intraoral photos

With an intraoral camera, we’re able to capture high-resolution images of your teeth and gums we can then display on a nearby monitor. These will not only make it much easier for our team to spot minor dental issues, but it’ll also give you a whole new perspective on your dental health. We’ll literally be able to show you what we’re talking about, which will help you better understand our treatment recommendations.

Digital X-Rays

Hand pointing to dental x-rays

We use X-rays every day to help find dental problems that aren’t visible to the naked eye, and because we’re committed to our patient’s wellbeing, we only use digital X-rays. This technology can create images in much less time compared to traditional dental X-rays, and they also expose our patients (and us!) to much less radiation in the process. Additionally, because the images are completely digital, they can be easily sent, stored, or shown to you on a chairside monitor.