An intraoral camera is often used by Dr. Skormin to examine more closely those hard-to-reach parts of the mouth. You can see and understand exactly what is happening in your mouth with this device, which projects images of the inside of your mouth onto a nearby screen.
We use an intraoral camera to take a closer look at different parts of your smile. This device is a small, pen-shaped tool, used to take high-quality digital photos of your mouth and teeth. The small size and ease of maneuvering of the intraoral camera allows us to see angles in your mouth that are difficult for us to see without the camera. Our dentists may use the intraoral camera to evaluate your oral health and diagnose dental problems like tooth decay and periodontal disease. Also, an intraoral camera can be used to observe the progress of treatment after it has been completed.
As well as providing our team with a better view of your smile, the images taken with the intraoral camera also help you, our patient, to better understand your oral health and treatment options. The photos can also be sent to other dentists and specialists, as well as submitted to dental insurance companies. Call or visit our dentist and dental team soon to learn more about intraoral cameras and their uses.
What Is a Cosmetic Dentist?
Modern cosmetic dentistry can help you if you’re not happy with your smile. The goal of this method of professional oral care is to improve your mouth, teeth, gums, and overall smile. Teeth whitening, veneers, fillings, and implants are common procedures.
Why You Should See a Cosmetic Dentist
You might visit a cosmetic dentist for a number of reasons, including: