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Advanced Dental Services & Technology – Winfield, KS

One of the Most Advanced
Dental Offices in Winfield

Dr. David Parsons believes that to provide top-tier dentistry, it’s crucial to keep up with the latest advancements in the field, including implementing the latest techniques and technology. Although we offer old-school customer service, our dental office is the exact opposite. From intraoral cameras to our cone beam CT scanner, we use a variety of instruments to make our diagnoses and treatments the most accurate and precise they can be.

Intraoral Camera

Dentist using intraoral camera to capture smile photos

Our intraoral camera is a small, handheld device that we can maneuver around the mouth to take a closer look at troublesome areas or symptoms that we noticed during the checkup. It has a small camera on the end of it that displays video footage and images on a large chairside monitor so you can view what Dr. Parsons or our hygienist is looking at. It allows us to better explain the issue at-hand and how our recommended treatment plan will help address it.

Digital X-Rays

Two dental team members reviewing digital x-rays

In the past, dentists would use film X-rays to capture images of the area of your mouth that lies below the gumline. Not only did these take awhile to develop and didn’t always come out clear, but they also used harmful chemicals for the environment. Our team utilizes advanced digital X-ray imaging, which is faster, leads to accurate diagnoses, and reduces radiation exposure to patients by up to 90 percent, making the process safe for children and adults. 

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

Man receiving C T cone beam digital x-ray scans

Our cone beam CT scanner is a neat device that allows us to capture a 3D, panoramic view of your entire facial structure. It allows us to see your nerves, dentition, and sinuses, making it helpful for planning out certain treatments like dental implant placement and TMJ therapy. The process only takes about 30-seconds to complete, so you won’t have to worry about sitting awkwardly for a long period of time.

Soft Tissue Laser Dentistry

Patient receiving soft tissue laser dentistry treatment

Our soft tissue laser is a small pen-shaped device that emits a concentrated beam of light out of the tip of it. It kills bacteria and can easily remove overgrown oral tissue. The laser cauterizes the area on-contact, minimizing any bleeding, reducing recovery time, and drastically minimizing the risk of infection. Our soft tissue laser allows us to do away with daunting scalpels and sutures for these treatments, making them more comfortable and precise.

Cavity Detection System

Dentist and patient looking at cavity detection system

Some cavities aren’t always visible to the naked eye, even a trained one. Interproximal decay, or cavities that form between the teeth, and the very early signs of decay can sometimes be overlooked. With our advanced cavity detection system, our team can spot this common issue before it has a chance to wreak havoc on your oral health and treat it. This device is fast, easy, and utilizes fluorescent technology to alert us to areas of the mouth that are developing cavities.