Hi-Tech Dentistry

Cosmodent Clinic is committed to providing each patient with an exceptional level of care and attention. Our dedicated friendly staff works together as a team to provide high-quality comprehensive care. Our compassionate doctor take pride in paying close attention to each patient's needs.
We are always at the forefront of the latest research in dentistry and use the most up-to-date methods and technology to help our patients' achieve their desired smiles.
At Hi-Tech Dentistry, we specialize in and frequently perform a variety of general dental procedures, so you can rest assured that yours will be performed by a skilled and experienced dental professional. With an arsenal of state-of-the-art equipment and friendly staff dedicated to your dental health, we are in a unique position to offer best-in-class dental care.

3D digital smile analysis

Your first appointment is an important two-way communication between the dentist and yourself in order to discover all the concerns you might have about your teeth your smile or the health of your mouth. On arriving in our relaxing patient reception area, we will ask you to complete a confidential medical history questionnaire. We do this to enable us to offer the safest and most appropriate treatment for you.
For the clinical part of your appointment, we will carry out an extensive examination, using appropriate x-rays, photographs and models if required. The examination will include an assessment of your oral health, an oral cancer screening and we will discuss together exactly where any problem areas lie. Once we have gathered all the relevant information, we will produce a written treatment plan that we will discuss with you along with payment options.

Oral pantomograph -A panoramic radiograph is a panoramic scanning dental X-ray of the upper and lower jaw. It shows a two-dimensional view of a half-circle from ear to ear. Principal advantage of panoramic images-

  • ⇒ Broad coverage of facial bones and teeth
  • ⇒ Low patient radiation dose
  • ⇒ Convenience of examination for the patient (films need not be placed inside the mouth)
  • ⇒ Ability to be used in patients who cannot open the mouth or when the opening is restricted e.g.: due to trismus
  • ⇒ Short time required for making the image
  • ⇒ Patient's ready understandability of panaromic films, making them a useful visual aid in patient education and case presentation.
  • ⇒ Easy to store compared to the large set of intra oral x-rays which are typically used.

Digital photography - We have all heard that “a picture is worth a 1000 words”. This is certainly true in our efforts to educate a patient as to their current condition and to motivate them to accept procedures that will leave them with a more healthy result.When a series of digital dental photographs is taken with a simple extra-oral camera system at each patient comprehensive exam, the dental team has a library of images for your patient that can be used during the consultation process or for a variety of purposes at a future time.

Intraoral camera - The intra-oral camera is very small and approximately the size of a pen. Because of its small size, the camera can reveal images of the teeth from angles previously unseen. All exams using the intra-oral camera are completely sanitary, as a different disposable camera cover is used on each patient every time. Images from the intra-oral camera may be digitally stored, printed or disposed of following an exam.
intra-oral cameras allow patients to be more interactive in the exam process, which provides patients with a greater sense of understanding and responsibility about personal dental health. Although a traditional visual inspection of the teeth may have sufficed in the past, technology has made it possible for dentists and patients to reap many more benefits from each health exam.

Intraoral digital radiography - Dental X-rays are one of the most important part of your regular dental treatment. Your dentist uses the specialized imaging technology to look for hidden tooth decay – also called cavities – and can show dental issues such as abscessed teeth, dental tumors, and cysts. Additionally, your dental X-rays allow your dentist to see the condition of prior dental procedures, such as fillings, crowns, root canals, and bridges. And, too, your dentist will be able to look for possible bone loss as a result of periodontal gum disease and find hidden tartar build up.
In addition to diagnostics, your dentist may choose to perform dental X-rays in order to check for bone density as part of preparing you for dental implants, which require an adequate density in order to support the implants.
With digital dental X-rays, your dentist or other dental professional is able to immediately see your teeth and jaw bones. This means that assessment and diagnosis is virtually instantaneous.