Emerging Trends In The Dental Industry

Convenience-Booking appointments with us online, filling the necessary health form at your convenience.

Visualization of the results- Patients can have virtual mockups and digital photos created to help them envision the final outcome.

3D Printing and milling- Changed the way things are done today in the world, and dentistry is one of them. From milling in-house to 3D printed devices, this became a standard in our practice.

Laser Technology- One that seems to be out of a sci-fi film. From tooth whitening to decay removal as well as surgical procedures, this is a game-changer. 

Holistic Dentistry- there are natural products today that are used in different kinds of toothpaste, toothbrushes, and other products that are organic and better for our overall health. We are now using less metallic restorations and gearing more towards composite type restorations.

Artificial Intelligence- From processing the patient data from treatment history to patient reviews. In short, AI is used to handle any size chunk of data about the patient or the dental practice.

286 Madison Dental is always looking for ways to improve the patient experience. From booking an appointment to completion of the treatment, we utilize the latest technology that is available on the market today.

Keep smiling!!!!

Dr. Aviram Shmuely

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