Advanced Technology - Dallas, TX

A Modern Approach to Oral Surgery

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ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY FOR OPTIMAL RESULTS

When it comes to oral surgery, our practice performs at the highest level, in part thanks to Dr. Howard Cooke’s commitment to advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a center for excellence and advanced technology allows us to improve patient experiences, perform oral surgeries more accurately, and provide superior long-term results. In many cases, our use of technology and advanced dental techniques allows patients to heal from treatment quicker as well. We continue to embrace technology as it develops in order to improve the accuracy and quality of patient care by our oral surgeons in Dallas, TX.

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The Advantage of Advanced Technology

  • Provide precise treatment planning and surgery
  • Enhance accuracy of diagnoses
  • Offer more gentle care
  • Less time in the dental chair
  • Streamlines treatment plans
  • Improves healing time

Cone Beam CT Scanner (CBCT)

CBCT scanners provide our team with highly detailed 3D digital images of your mouth, jaw and surrounding structures. These are used to create accurate treatment plans or dental implant guides.

Ellman Radiofrequency Unit

Using high-frequency radio waves, we’re able to gently cut soft tissue without the need for scalpels and with minimal bleeding. Patients experience quicker treatment with less discomfort.

iTero® Scanner

Instead of goopy impressions, iTero allows us to capture digital images of your tooth structure and see them in real-time. This improves accuracy of care and improves patient understanding.

Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF)

PRF is an advanced approach to decreasing inflammation and increasing healing after oral surgery and best of all, it’s natural.

Plasma Rich Growth Factors (PRGF)

By using small samples of your own blood, we are able to create a compound that drastically improves the healing time after treatments.

Bone Morphogenetic Protein (BMP)

BMP is often used after bone grafting treatment to improve the healing and quality of the bone. This will help create a solid foundation for dental implants as a tooth replacement solution.

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