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Technology at Princeton Prosthodontics and Dental Implants

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Drs. Robert Weiner and Marie Valentine Lim in consultation, with Dr. Lim pointing to a dental treatment plan on a screen.

Digital Radiography

Digital radiography (digital x-ray) is the latest technology used to take dental x-rays. This technique uses an electronic sensor (instead of x-ray film) that captures and stores the digital image on a computer. This image can be instantly viewed and enlarged, helping the dentist and dental hygienist detect problems easier. Digital x-rays reduce radiation 80-90% compared to the already low exposure of traditional dental x-rays.

3D dental radiography image from cone beam tomography, a sophisticated diagnostic tool used at Princeton Prosthodontics.

3D Dental Radiography (Cone Beam Tomography Scans)

This cutting-edge technology allows a digital three-dimensional reconstruction of the jaw bones and related structures. It provides for precise measurements of the amount of bone needed to successfully place dental implants

Dr. Robert Weiner explaining a dental diagram on screen, demonstrating his expertise in dental procedures at Princeton Prosthodontics.

Digital Impression Scans

The traditional techniques of using molds to make dental impressions involve placing a doughy material in the patient’s mouth for several minutes to make caps, bridges, braces, or false teeth. This is often uncomfortable for the patient and sometimes causes gagging and shortness of breath. The use of digital impression scanners eliminates this messy and uncomfortable procedure. Digital impressions are more accurate and more versatile. They can also be merged with digital cone beam scans to provide surgical guides for very accurate positioning of dental implants.

CAD CAM In-Office Same Day Crowns (Caps)

After a digital impression scan is made, the dentist can design the permanent crown on a computer. The crown can then be made immediately while the patient waits from very strong, beautiful ceramic material using a high-tech, computer-driven milling machine. Instead of waiting two to three weeks for the crown to be made and having an uncomfortable plastic temporary crown during the waiting period, the permanent, metal-free ceramic crown is completed that same day.

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What our patients say

Testimonials

Susan H.

Patient

“This is a great office to go to take care of your teeth. The professionalism and friendliness of the whole team is outstanding!”

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“For 20 years, I have been a patient of Dr. Weiner. From the friendly greeting upon my arrival at the office, throughout the procedures and follow-ups, Dr. Weiner and his Team have been dedicated to my care and comfort.”

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“Everything is handled seamlessly and efficiently so I don’t have to worry about insurance details, appointments, and follow-ups. Very professional and friendly service. “