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General dentistry encompasses the essential aspects of oral health care, catering to patients of all ages. General dentistry offers a comprehensive range of services, including routine check-ups, cleanings, fillings, extractions, orthodontics, Implants and preventive treatments.  They focus on diagnosing and treating common dental issues like cavities, gum disease, and oral infections. Additionally, general dentists provide patient education on proper oral hygiene practices and dietary habits to maintain healthy teeth and gums. By promoting regular dental visits and preventive care, general dentistry plays a vital role in preventing more complex oral health problems, ensuring optimal oral health for individuals and contributing to overall well-being.

  1. Digital X-rays: Digital X-rays use a sensor to capture images of the inside of the mouth and teeth. They produce detailed images that can be viewed on a computer screen and are more efficient and environmentally friendly than traditional X-rays.
  2. Over Jet: AI technology is used to take detailed images of the inside of the mouth and teeth. They can be used to detect problems such as cavities or gum disease that may not be visible to the naked eye.
  3. Intraoral Cameras: These small cameras are used to take detailed images of the inside of the mouth and teeth.
  4. Dental Lasers: Dental lasers are used to remove gingival tissue and also remove bacteria and infected tissue in the mouth.
  5. CAD/CAM Technology: This technology is used to create custom-fit dental restorations such as crowns, bridges, and veneers. It involves using computer-aided design (CAD) software to create a digital model of the restoration, which is then milled or 3D printed using computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) technology.

Overall, digital technology helps dentists to diagnose and treat dental problems more accurately and effectively, and can improve the quality of care for patients.

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