The dental industry is forever advancing and the technology which allows us to provide your treatment keeps on improving. These improvements allow us to offer treatment that is completed more efficiently and with added comfort.
At Beyond Dental we use the following state-of-the-art dental equipment & technology:
Diode Laser for soft tissue surgery
Our Diode Laser offers many benefits to our patients. Using the Diode Laser for Soft Tissue Surgery significantly reduces bleeding and also provides a faster recovery time. The Diode Laser may be used to:
Remove Soft Tissue Lesions
Sterilise Canals in Endodontics
Cleaning of Periodontal Pockets in Gum Disease Treatment
Gum Lift Surgery
Computer-Guided Implant Placement Software ”Simplant”
Simplant® is state-of-the-art software used for the planning and placement of dental implants. This technology allows us to analyse, study and plan implants in 3D. Computer-generated guides enable us to execute a precise keyhole approach to Implant surgery. With Simplant® treatment can be minimally invasive with optimal placement accuracy and safety.
Satelec Piezo Surgical Unit
This technology uses high-frequency vibration to cut bone without damaging soft tissues in any way. This is highly beneficial in the placement of Dental Implants as it allows your Dentist to prepare the Implant site, remove or cut bone without the generation of heat (which could cause damage to the bone or bone cells). Use of the Satelec Piezo Surgical Unit also offers faster and more predictable healing; less post-operative discomfort; and reduced swelling.
At Beyond Dental, we believe prevention is far better than a cure. That’s why general preventive dentistry is so important.
For some, the perfect smile is within grasp, but something small might be just not quite right. Through modern cosmetic dentistry treatments, Beyond Dental can help you to completely transform the appearance of your smile.
The loss of a tooth or the inability for our teeth to perform their natural functions, can severely affect our eating patterns, self-confidence and appearance. Lost teeth can also place strain on remaining teeth and cause permanent damage.
Do you have a cracked tooth that needs repair? When you bite down, do you experience sharp pain? Do you avoid certain foods or chew only on one side of your mouth? If any of these scenarios sound familiar, you may require restorative dental treatment.