Improving Our Patients’ Dental Experience
We’ve found that sometimes it’s difficult for our patients to understand the condition of their teeth the way that Dr. Ryan Roberson, Dr Cory Roach and Dr. Bart Smith do. One way that we improve our patients’ dental experience is through the use of an intraoral camera in our diagnosis, examination and sharing portions of your care.
What Is An Intraoral Camera?
An intraoral camera is a small, pen-like device with a camera on the end. The camera contains a bright LED which helps us diagnose cavities or fractures that are difficult to see with the naked eye. The camera is connected to a monitor which allows you to see up close what Dr. Ryan Roberson, Dr. Cory Roach, and Dr. Bart Smith is seeing. This dramatically improves your dental experience by helping you understand why our doctors would recommend a certain treatment.
Why We Use An Intraoral Camera
Our goal here at RR Dentistry is to make your exceptional experience as easy and effective as possible, which is why we use an intraoral camera in our diagnostic and examination process. Patients have routinely expressed their appreciation of our intraoral camera. Often times you and I are unaware of what is going on with our health. With the use of an intramural camera this can be made a reality. A snapshot in time with the camera will allow for our doctors to monitor for future changes and keep you aware of any changes going on with the condition of your teeth, bone and gums. They get to see up close the state of their teeth, including problems such as cracked teeth, decay, worn-out or defective fillings, bleeding gums, and tartar.
At RR Dentistry, we serve patients throughout Georgetown, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander and Austin Texas and invite you to give a call to one of our friendly team members. Our main phone number is (512) 869-5997. You can also shoot us a quick email with any questions that you may have.
We look forward to serving you!