DENTAL COMPUTERIZED TECHNOLOGY - MELROSE, MA
Pan Dental Care Known for Excellence & Outstanding Computerized Technology
Modern & Superior Quality for Excellent Care
- One-Visit Beautiful Porcelain CEREC Crowns
- Digital Impressions Available – No More Gagging!
- All-Digital 3-D X-Rays for Minimal Radiation Exposure
- Experience Outstanding Patient Education with Intraoral Cameras
- TRUSTED in COMPUTERIZED TECHNOLOGY SINCE 1988
Have you ever been in a situation where you're ready to go to a much-anticipated social event, like a wedding or an important meeting? And suddenly, you break a tooth! Well fear not, Pan Dental Care in Melrose is here to help with a One-Visit Porcelain Crown that only your dentist will know for sure, whether your new tooth is a porcelain crown or your own enamel!!
With highly experienced and trusted Dr. Pan, we've had CEREC 3D CAD CAM computerized technology since 1999. We began with CEREC Red Cam in 1999, upgraded to CEREC Blue Cam in 2010 and now, we have the latest and greatest CEREC Omni Cam.
DIGITAL IMPRESSION SYSTEM
Older patients surely remember the days of having to sit still in the dentist’s chair while their mouth was filled with a tray of messy impression material. Not only was this experience uncomfortable, but it often resulted in inaccurate results and time-consuming retakes to boot. Today, the Pan Dental Care team has invested in a far superior technique – CEREC
This state-of-the-art technology captures three-dimensional images of the patient’s dental structures with the help of a small wand that’s moved throughout the mouth. This means there’s NO physical contact required and NO unpleasant threat of gagging for the patient.
3D CONE-BEAM IMAGING
When planning an advanced treatment like surgical dental implant placement, our dentists at Pan Dental Care in Melrose always want to proceed with full confidence. That’s why they regularly utilize the state-of-the-art Galileos 3D Cone Beam Imaging, which creates three-dimensional, exhaustively detailed images of a patient’s teeth, jaw, joints, and related facial structures with crystal-clear clarity. By being able to view even the smallest details of your dental anatomy, we can carry out important services with unparalleled precision and success.
At Pan Dental Care, we’re proud to have rid our office of the dangerous and caustic chemicals used with conventional film X-rays. Now, our dentists have invested in Schick digital sensors for outstanding diagnostic power in a safe and fast package that’s also favorable for the environment. Digital radiography decreases the amount of radiation patients are exposed to by about 75% when compared to the traditional technology. There are also no more darkrooms! Instant high-resolution images are captured and available for viewing in mere seconds. As a result, even the most complex examinations and diagnoses can be completed quickly and confidently.
NITROUS OXIDE RELAXATION DENTISTRY
Many patients of all ages struggle with anxiety and outright fear surrounding the dentist’s office. At Pan Dental Care, we’re very sympathetic to these negative emotions, and we don’t want our patients to forego the ongoing care they and their smiles need to remain healthy. That’s why nitrous oxide (also known as laughing gas) relaxation dentistry is available here in Melrose. Nitrous Oxide can help calm anxiety and create a much more relaxing environment for treatment to commence safely.
CUSTOM NIGHTGUARD FOR PATIENTS WHO ARE TEETH GRINDERS & NEED TMJ RELIEF
After a night’s sleep, do you wake up in the morning
and feel like your jaw muscles are tired and achy? And, a feeling of fullness in your ears accompanied with a ringing sound, too? Do you regularly find it difficult to chew food without pain or fully open and close your mouth? Has severe, lingering jaw pain become a normal part of your daily routine? These symptoms are typically the result of a TMJ disorder, which negatively affects the joints that control everyday jaw movement. Thankfully, our dentists are very familiar with the tell-tale signs of this common ailment, and they can provide dedicated therapy to bring back harmony to your oral structures. This may involve adjusting the surfaces of certain teeth to correct dysfunction or providing a custom-made occlusal splint (night guard) that helps reposition your jaw’s resting position during sleep.