Dental Technology Grand Haven, MI Dentists

Our office is fitted with the latest in dental technology to allow us to take the best possible approach to your dental care. When you come in for your next appointment, our Grand Haven dentists will be happy to answer any questions you might have about the technologies and techniques our team uses.

At Grand Haven Smiles, we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver the highest quality of care. To schedule your appointment with one of our Grand Haven, MI technology dentists, give our office a call at (616) 209-4704.

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Laser Dentistry

While it may sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, we sometimes use lasers to help patients maintain healthy teeth and gums. Laser dentistry is FDA-approved and safe for patients of all ages. Laser dentistry is minimally invasive because it cauterizes as it cuts, reducing bleeding and recovery time.

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Oral Cancer Screening

Over 50,000 Americans will get oral or throat cancer this year, according to the American Cancer Society. Oral cancer kills thousands of people every year, as it’s often not caught until it’s too late. Fortunately, we provide oral cancer screenings so cancer is detected in its early stages. Detecting oral cancer in its early stages gives you the best chance of survival.

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Snoring & Sleep Apnea Devices

Snoring can sometimes be caused by soft tissue collapsing at the back of the throat. In cases like this, the snoring is actually a symptom of sleep apnea. What snoring and sleep apnea devices do is move your jaw forward so you can breathe comfortably while you sleep.

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Preventative Services Technologies

Our Grand Haven preventative dentists use the latest dental technology as part of their commitment to always provide quality dental care. If you have any questions regarding our dental instruments, call our office today.

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Spectra is a noninvasive caries detection aid that helps eliminate the guesswork in detecting and diagnosing tooth decay. It is the only caries detector that uses fluorescence technology to visualize and discover cavities earlier than traditional methods.

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Carestream 1600 Camera

We use the Carestream 1600 camera because we understand its value for patient care. This intraoral camera looks much like an oversized pen, but is used to take detailed pictures of the inside of your mouth. While our dentists are able to examine your mouth with a hand mirror, the Carestream 1600 camera lets us display pictures on a screen so you can also see what’s happening inside your mouth.

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