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Advanced Technology - Laguna Hills, CA

State-of-the-Art Dentistry

Advanced Technology, Advanced Expertise

At Rancho Laguna Family Dentistry, we owe our consistent record of providing positive, predictable outcomes to two factors. Our in-office advanced dental technology enables us to deliver you and your whole family treatment that’s less invasive, quicker, and safer overall. Equipped with a low-radiation CT scanner, leading-edge healing protocols, and a nonintrusive miniature oral camera, we can restore and protect your dental health more comfortably and reliably than many other practices. You’ve found your home for advanced dental technology in Laguna Hills, CA.

Advanced technology and advanced expertise are the winning combination behind our outstanding results. Our doctor is highly qualified and credentialed, having trained under Dr. John Kois at the prestigious Kois Center® and worked closely with Todd Engel of the Engle Institute after completing dental school. We have both the tools and the talent to make your smile look and feel its best—allowing you to enjoy greater confidence in yourself. Experience the rewards of our distinct benefits for yourself.

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Advanced Dental Technology Advantages

  • More accurate diagnoses
  • Less intrusive treatments
  • Highly predictable results
  • Shorter, more efficient dental visits
  • Faster recovery

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Key In-Office Technology

Our cutting-edge surgical center meets and exceeds all OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) requirements, fully assuring your safety during your treatment.

Cone Beam Scanner (CBCT)

Our office has some of the most advanced technology available today, including a cone beam CT (CBCT) scanner. We’re proud to be one of the few practices in the area that have this equipment, the very latest in 3D dental imaging. The scanner captures clear, detailed 3D images of your jaw and mouth, enabling us to perform dental implant placement and other procedures. It allows us to see both hard and soft tissue areas for a more comprehensive, detailed examination and better procedure planning. What’s more, it works with only a fraction of the radiation output of most conventional CT scanners, so it’s safer for you!
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Dental Laser

Dentistry, and dental technology, are always evolving and improving. Traditionally, our primary dental tools were dental drills and scalpels. But now, dentists all over the world are implementing a new piece of technology: a dental laser. We use a state-of-the-art laser from BIOLASE to trade in our invasive techniques for gentler and more effective ones. Using laser light and a stream of water, our dental laser can offer efficient and minimally invasive soft tissue treatments like frenectomies and gum disease therapy. Less treatment time, faster healing times, and a better all-around experience for you.
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Intraoral Camera

This innovative device offers many advantages in a tool about the same size as a toothbrush. Using it we can get a close-up view of the inside of your mouth, quickly identify any emerging issues, and develop a plan for a variety of treatments. This device also gives you an inside view into your own dental health—literally. Instead of looking at a mirror to see the inside of your mouth, you can view a television monitor and see exactly what we’re seeing. Because of the camera’s compact size, you’ll feel no discomfort while we’re using it.
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Plasma-Rich Growth Factors (PrGF)

Found naturally in your blood, PrGF can help you experience a quicker, smoother healing process after treatment. We harvest these growth factors by taking a small sample of blood from you and spinning it in a centrifuge. This separates the different elements of your blood, allowing us to isolate the growth factors. We then place them in a concentrated form into your treatment sites after bone grafting and other procedures. The growth factors eventually form a protective layer over the treatment sites, much like a scab forms over an abrasion to aid in healing.
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