advanced, proven technology


Proven Technology, Proven Results

There’s a reason we always say “advanced, proven” technology. Advances happen every day. Proven? That requires time and testing to ensure we’re following through on our promise to help you get the healthier, happier smile you deserve.

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Innovation for Education and Connection


Advanced, proven technologies provide the information you need to identify risk factors and decide whether to move forward with treatment regarding your oral healthcare. 


Identifying Risk Factors

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Developing Health Goals

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Connecting Dental and Medical Care

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Assessing Healthcare Needs

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What proven technology will you find at a Smile Generation-trusted office?

Smile Generation-trusted offices use technology to improve their digital imaging, from intraoral cameras to Cone-Beam Computer Tomography (CBCT) 3D imaging to digital X-rays. These images give you and your clinician a better picture of what’s happening with your oral health.


We also use technology to improve how we deliver treatment, whether that’s with same-day dentistry capabilities like CEREC® CAD/CAM technology for same-day crowns or laser technology to provide nonsurgical treatments for various gum disease conditions. In addition, we keep all your patient information in MyChart, a secure electronic health record system widely used by medical healthcare providers.

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