At Hunter Dental in Markham, we strive to provide our patients with quality dental care. We offer a range of dental technology to try and make your appointments more comfortable and efficient.
Comfort & Convenience
At Hunter Dental, we use a range of dental technology tools, devices, and processes to diagnose and treat oral health issues and conditions in our patients.
Our dental team should be able to provide comfortable dental care to our patients and accurate treatment with the help of dental technology.
Digital Dental Impressions
Our Markham dentists can create computer-generated replicas of your mouth using optical scanning devices.
Accurate digital impressions can be produced in minutes without the need for messy traditional impression materials.
At Hunter Dental, we use dental x-rays as a component of your ongoing preventive dental care.
Areas of your teeth and jaw that are not visible to the naked eye can be carefully examined with the use of an x-ray. This should allow your dentist or hygienist to identify developing issues and treat them before they can become serious.
Instead of using traditional photographic x-ray film, digital x-ray imaging uses sensors to produce detailed computer images of your teeth, gums, and oral structures.
Panoramic dental x-rays produce a single image of your entire mouth. The jaw's curved structure, including your teeth, upper and lower jaws, temporomandibular joints (TMJ), nasal, and sinus areas, should all be represented in a clear, flat image.
At Hunter Dental, we offer on-site restorations. Our dental team uses a variety of technological equipment to produce models of your teeth which can then be created immediately.
iTero is an intraoral digital scanner used to capture 3D dental images of the hard and soft tissues of your mouth.
Our Markham dentists use the 3D Jaw Tracking system to analyze a patient's jaw movements. This analysis contributes insight into diagnostics and treatment planning. At Hunter Dental, we use Jaw Tracker analysis for the diagnosis of TMD.
Joint Vibration Analysis (JVA) allows an examination of the Temporomandibular joints. Our dental professionals normally use JVA in the diagnosis of TMD.
T-Scan technology allows for digital occlusal analysis, providing 2D and 3D representations of a patient's bite pressure.