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Diagnodent

DIAGNOdent by KaVoDIAGNOdent uses a small laser to accurately locate decay, as well as areas prone to decay. Studies show that DIAGNOdent is more accurate than X-rays, and it emits no radiation because it is not taking an image, but rather scanning the teeth. The process is completely comfortable and requires no anesthesia.

Conservative dentistry is always the best option for patients. When we find decay early, teeth incur less damage and more natural tooth structure can be retained during restoration. DIAGNOdent can also find areas prone to future decay. Demineralization in teeth makes them susceptible to decay. By re-mineralizing with fluoride, patients may deter cavity formation. Our team believes prevention is best for the patient because it will reduce your need for future reconstructive dental procedures. Modern advances in dentistry, like DIAGNOdent, allow us to give you the most conservative and precise treatment available, and you deserve it. Now that’s something to smile about!

Benefit from Seeing a Dentist Who Uses the DIAGNOdent Laser

There are definite benefits to working with a dentist that uses the latest in technology. Here at City Smiles, St. Louis, we have invested in advanced dental technology to provide an outstanding dental experience. Dr. Chris Hill stays current with modern methods and employs non-invasive laser dentistry to perform assessments on your teeth and gums as well as a variety of general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry procedures. City Smiles in St. Louis, Missouri is taking on new patients and would be happy to help you with your oral health needs.

A DIAGNOdent Laser Assessment

During your checkup or new patient exam, Dr. Chris Hill will scan your teeth with our DIAGNOdent laser. This high-tech tool identifies decay in the early stage before it can even be seen or felt. Early detection means that Dr. Chris Hill can preserve more of your natural tooth when restoring oral health. Dr. Chris Hill uses a soft-tissue laser for a variety of procedures, including biopsies, crown lengthening, gum reshaping, and more. The laser is also ideal for eliminating cold sores as well as treating periodontal disease.