At Arcadia Dentistry, we focus on providing high-duality dentistry coupled with comfort for our Phoenix patients. Dr. Milana utilizes the best in modern dental technology to make each dental visit efficient and stress-free. We want to get you back to your daily life as soon as we can, without compromising on the quality of service.
Your oral health is our number one priority, and the entire dental team works together to keep you on track in a relaxing dental setting. Our dental equipment allows Dr. Milana to identify and diagnose any oral issues quickly. We use ultramodern dental devices that enable us to place dental implants precisely, determine the source of your jaw joint pain.
If you would like to know more about any of our dental equipment, just ask!
Dr. Milana utilizes digital x-rays to diagnose oral issues that don't stand out in a visual examination. Digital x-rays give Dr. Milana the ability to identify the following quickly:
- Periodontal disease
- Bone loss
- Tooth decay
- Root canal issues
While Dr. Milana can identify a variety of oral problems just through a regular dental examination, digital x-rays can catch things that are too small to see visually. This allows us to stop dental issues before they become significant problems.
Intraoral cameras are a modern type of dental technology that allows our patients to be active participants in their oral health. Intraoral cameras are small, the size of a pen, and are used to show you precisely what Dr. Milana sees. You can see your teeth and gums in a high-quality picture that's displayed on a TV near the dental chair. This gives our Phoenix patients a good idea of why a dental procedure is recommended.
While it allows Dr. Milana the ability to make an accurate dental treatment plan, it also shows you why the treatment plan is necessary.
VELscope is a handheld dental scope that Dr. Milana utilizes to identify any oral tissue abnormalities, including cancer and pre-cancer. VELscope uses a special light to observe oral mucosal tissue. Dr. Milana is able to observe the fluorescence response of oral tissues to the light, which highlights abnormalities. Tissues that are undergoing a change, or any oral issue that cannot be observed by the naked eye can be flagged.