Advanced Dental Technology – Boston, MA

Cutting-Edge Technology at Your Fingertips

Three dental professionals looking at computer screen

The technology you find at Boston Prosthodontics Dental Group far exceeds that which is found in other local dental practices. From our in-house laboratory that produces quality, long-lasting restorations to our digital impression system, Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), guided dental implant surgery, and specialized anesthesia delivery, patients can experience painless anesthesia and comfortable visits. Learn more about these advanced dental technologies by reviewing the additional details below. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to call our Boston dental office.

STA SingleTooth Anesthesia® System

Dental anesthesia injection device

The STA SingleTooth Anesthesia® System is a solution that is used to help individuals who experience dental anxiety. As a computer-assisted form of treatment, anesthesia is delivered using a controlled flow rate that makes it less likely that patients will experience any discomfort when receiving an injection. Creating less stress for both our patients and team, this device makes administering anesthesia quick, easy, and pain-free.

Digital Dental Impressions with 3Shape Trios

Dentist capturing digital dental impressions of a patient

Using a digital scanner, our team of experts can take digital impressions using our 3Shape Trios device. Replacing uncomfortable and messy dental putty ensures more accurate impressions and less time spent in the dentist’s chair. It is also more comfortable for the patient and is capable of providing a customized 3D image that allows for more tailor-made results.

Cone Beam Computed Tomography/CBCT

Dental patient receiving cone beam scan of his mouth

The CareStream CT/Cone Beam Scanner is commonly used to capture high-resolution images of a patient’s teeth, gums, jawbone, and more detailed aspects of their oral and facial structures (i.e., blood vessels, nerves, etc.). Our team turns to this device when preparing a patient for dental implants, TMJ therapy, or another form of complex dental care.

Prosthetically Driven Guided Dental Implant Surgery

Dentist looking at digital models of teeth on computer screen

Instead of the free-hand dental implant placement that many other dental practices provide, our team believes in the carefully crafted placement of these longer-lasting prosthetics. We use prosthetically driven guided dental implant surgery for full arch All-on-X implant cases. Not only does this allow for optimal accuracy when positioning implant posts, but it ensures greater prosthetic and biological outcomes as well.