The science of dentistry is continuously evolving. Therefore, to do 21st century dentistry, our equipment must keep pace. Dr. Slepchik and his team have made a strong commitment to stay current in our knowledge and keep up to date with all rapid changes. In the past 12 months, we have updated the equipment in every operatory. We have new chairs for both the patient and staff to increase comfort.
Our newest overhead light is LED which gives better lighting with less heat. It also has a specific setting to prevent cosmetic dental materials from setting too quickly.
For root canals, we added a new machine which decreases the time needed to complete this dental procedure and decreases the chance of post treatment pain.
We have digital x ray equipment. This has 80% less radiation exposure than the traditional x ray systems, It also gives us the ability to enlarge the images on our inter-oral camera and share them with any referring professional as needed.
“The day I stop learning about new trends, techniques and materials in dentistry will be the day I lock my door and retire. It is so exciting for me as a dental professional to be constantly stimulated and learn new things to bring a better quality of life to my patients.” ~ Dr. Slepchik
All our impressions for cosmetic services are taken using a series of digital photos using Itero. Accuracy and Precision is greatly increased. The Itero system completely eliminates gagging for the sensitive patient. Our high speed hand pieces are electric; these are the best and most advanced hand pieces available today. Our sterilization is a steam sterilization system. This is the safest, most effective sterilization system available. Our freezing is done with the Wand and Dental Vibe, a computerized system. This gives Dr. Slepchik the ability to freeze 1 tooth only, leaving the lip and tongue unfrozen. You leave your appointment much more comfortable.
We also use the Biolase laser, which is used in various dental procedures with great success.
Next year there will be more advances for sure, as dentistry continues to evolve. I will be ready, as will my entire team.
What Are These Strange Glasses?
They are the newest addition to our office.
They have 35 magnifications which equals greater details in my work.
As always, we strive to give our patient the best results along with service..