Our Technology

Dentistry is an ever-changing field. Technology, techniques, and materials are getting better and better. For that reason, our doctors continue their education and stay on the cutting edge of the field. They have all the tools they need to offer the best in pain-free, high-quality dental care and treatments.


Digital Radiographs (X-rays) allow us to take films with up to 95% less radiation than conventional x-rays. Sensors, instead of film, are placed in the patients mouth and after exposure, the image appears on a computer screen in just seconds. Instead of holding up small films that are hard to see, Dr. Levin can look at the images on a computer screen together with the patient.

The image can be enlarged many times its actual size. This technology is not only safer to our patients but also allows them to understand the diagnosis


Coming soon! The days of taking those gooey, messy impressions are becoming a thing of the past. Digital impressions and CAD/CAM let us scan your teeth and send images to labs immediately. More accurate, less messy, and much quicker, which is good news if you happen to have a gag reflex.


These advanced microscopes allow our endodontist to see inside root canal systems to provide the most accurate and complete root canal therapy.


This is a small camera with a fiber optic light source small enough to be placed within the mouth. This camera allows images of your teeth to be displayed on a computer monitor. Some of the conditions we can see with an intraoral camera that are difficult to see with the naked eye include: various types of oral lesions, broken fillings, cracked teeth, and cavities in areas that are difficult to see and reach. Our patients can better understand the diagnosis and proposed treatment when they can see it themselves.


Our digital charting approach ensures accurate and up-to-date records that can be communicated with specialists and other offices simply and quickly. Saves time and hassles, and gets everyone on the same page.


Quieter and more efficient than air-driven handpieces.