We perform a variety of general and advanced dentistry procedures using the latest dental technologies and techniques in the industry. In an effort to provide a high standard of care to all our patients, Dr. Lindsay Eastman, Dr. Christie, and their staff are trained to use digital equipment and advanced technologies, including a computer guided implant surgery device, at our practice.
The PerioLase® MVP-7™ is an innovative dental laser that allows us to perform laser gum disease treatment with a high success rate. We can treat infected gums with a few passes of this laser without damaging surrounding tissue.
The dental cone beam device allows us to take high-quality diagnostic images of the mouth before a procedure, or as part of the oral evaluation process. Our office is equipped with the innovative Vatech Cone Beam device (CBCT).
We use the NobelGuide system to map out the best placement for dental implants. This allows us to perform computer-guided flawless dental implant surgery for patients with missing teeth and is one of the lasted advances in dental technology.
If you are undergoing surgery or other types of advanced dentistry procedures, we may use Plasma Rich Growth Factor (PRGF) to speed up the healing process. PRGF is used in bone and soft tissue regeneration to stimulate and regenerate new bone or tissue growth.
We take advantage of services offered by OralDNA® labs for salivary diagnostic testing. These tests help us identify periodontal disease and oral HPV. They can also assess your response to certain types of medication.
We can provide needle-free pain relief from many advanced dentistry and general dentistry procedures with Oraqix®. This is applied topically and right below the gum line to numb the area for about 20 minutes.
Instead of damaging soft tissue while cutting bone or performing other surgeries, our doctors can turn to Piezosurgery® to perform a variety of procedures using ultrasonic technology. The micro-vibrations from this tool allow us to cut hard tissue with a high degree of precision and without damaging surrounding areas.
We use an intraoral camera to view the teeth and gums with a high degree of precision and identify any underlying oral health issues. This camera produces real-time images of the teeth and gums that the patient can view while they are sitting back in the dentist’s chair.
Our office is equipped with a digital x-ray system that allows us to capture high-quality images of the mouth and gums without exposing the patient to a high level of radiation. We store these digital images in your patient files for frequent review.
Dr. Eastman incorporates the latest techniques in reconstructive periodontics, tissue engineering, dental implants placement and was among the first group of dentists in the U.S. trained in computer guided implant surgery.