At Ackley Dental Group, we are committed to providing the best dental care possible to our patients. We believe in building long-lasting relationships and truly feel that our patients are part of our family. We want to offer our very best to our dental family and continue to improve the quality of care and service you receive. One way we do this is through the use of state-of-the-art technology. The changes in dental technology over the past few years have radically changed the way that we are able to treat our patients. It has improved many aspects of the care you receive such as the comfort level and time needed for treatments. We want to share more about the technology we use in our office and how it can offer enhanced dental care and services.
Is the appearance of your teeth making you feel down at the start of this new year? Are you tired of food always getting stuck in the gaps between your teeth? Maybe you have a special event to prepare for and your dream is to have straight teeth when the special day arrives.
If you are like most of our patients, then you probably don’t like anesthetic shots. The process can be very intimidating and very uncomfortable, usually requiring multiple shots to numb the tooth or teeth involved. If you have had to experience this, then you know that many times the anesthetic shots can be more uncomfortable than the procedure itself. At our office, you don’t need to have that concern. Continue reading to see how we are using a more comfortable anesthesia process.
Can you imagine how excited a cook might get over a high-tech kitchen appliance or how a carpenter would grin from ear to ear while using a new wood saw? Well, dentists like us are just as thrilled when we add a new piece of technology to our practice! Not only does the latest cutting-edge dental tool make our work more efficient, it delivers an exceptional experience for patients like you. In fact, we just added a new tool to our practice that will do just that. Read more to find out what this latest piece of technology provides patients.