t the office of Dr. Lorett we are dedicated to bringing the most current advancements in dental care to you and your family.
The Claris Sota® Intra oral Camera/Photograph
Get the picture? This device is designed to capture in-the-mouth images of any area of concern. This is our way for the patient to see what we are seeing. Early detection means pinpointing problems at an earlier stage. With the Claris'® unique optical technology including it's 4 LED lights and SONY CCD sensor, we can create the highest image quality possible. Yes, a picture is truly worth a 1,000 words.
We Get the Picture!
Crystal clear images help us to pinpoint areas of concern allowing us to provide accurate treatment right away.
Control and ease-of-use allows Dr. Lorett to make a quick and comfortable assessment of problem areas.
The Wand/STA system
Thanks to the advancements in technology, we would like to introduce The Wand/STA system. Dr. Lorett can now introduce you to more options of minimizing discomfort associated with dental treatment. The Wand/STA system is a single tooth anesthetic delivery system via computer control. Please ask to find out if you are a candidate.
Single Tooth Anesthetic Allows:
Precise control allows a comfortable injection, especially in more difficult and sensitive areas.
Light weight and easy to use. This helps Dr. Lorett to introduce anesthetic in a way that eliminates a patients anxiety, sometimes associated with other methods.
The pen-like grasp allows a bi-directional rotation of the Wand® handpiece, eliminating needle deflection, resulting in greater success and more rapid onset of anesthesia.
The Spectra® System
The Spectra system is a blue fluorescence light, tooth brush size hand-piece that is ideal for the aiding in the detection of caries/cavities. Most modern dental offices practice with the Spectra. This device is an ideal complement with digital radiographs for patient care. Images are saved to be tracked from one visit to the next.
Remove the Guesswork.
Early detection means pinpointing problems at an earlier stage that can go undetected.
Uses fluorescence to detect caries in fissures and smooth surfaces that may go unnoticed in X-ray images.
Carious regions appear red, while healthy enamel appears green.
Check back often and ask Dr. Lorett for other state-of-the-art equipment and techniques being employed by her and her staff.