Latest Dental Technology

At Go Dental Clinic, we believe that all of our patients deserve the best results possible, which is why we use the most up to date and modern dental technology.

Our dentists are trained to perform numerous dental procedures with more precision – in a highly effective manner, which in turn reduces the treatment and recovery time frame. Also, side effects are often minimized due to the use of new technology.

Dental X-Ray – OPG (Orthopantomogram)

An OPG is a special kind of x-ray which provides a panoramic or wide view of your lower face including all of your teeth, as well as your upper and lower jaw.

BIOLASE Epic X – Laser Dental Technology

Dentists work on more than just your teeth; they also treat soft tissue and bone supporting your teeth. Therefore, in a lot of cases, Epic X can be useful during the treatment process, as it’s very reliable and extremely effective diode laser.

Laser technology from BIOLASE is made specifically for dental applications like gum surgery and other various dental procedures, allowing dentists to complete later surgeries at a faster rate.

Additionally, it also plays a vital role towards providing pain relief – especially for any pain related to TMJ or any other kind of thermomandibular disorders.

The benefits of laser dentistry are:

  • Faster healing time
  • Less bleeding
  • Bacterial infections are minimized
  • Highly precise

Microscopic Endodontics – Root Canal Treatment

For a root canal treatment to be successful, the Endodontist has to treat and clean the infected tooth’s root canal properly with a high degree of precision.

It is possible for your teeth to have a single, a couple or even up to three canals each – that contain pulp. It is vital to note that sometimes the canal can be extremely thin, much like a strand of hair.

The dental microscope is considered as one of the most progressive developments in Endodontics. At our clinic, we use the Global G6 Microscope which is one of the best in the field. This aids towards magnifying a tooth from 3x to 20x. In turn, this allows the Endodontist to identify and treat the smallest areas that are infected such as minute canals. Thanks to this technology, amazing, long-term results are possible to achieve after the treatment is complete.

If you have any further queries regarding the dental technology that we use at our clinic or if you are interested in booking a consultation session with one of our dentists, please feel free to get in touch with us online.

Appointment Request