Dental Technology Mason, OH

Dental Technology

Our staff at Vita Dental is proud to offer the best state-of-the-art dental technology right here in our office in Mason, OH . We understand that the newest technology can make a huge difference and that is why we invest in advanced dental technology. We are committed to staying at the forefront of dental techniques.

We offer advanced and innovative procedures like dental implant restoration, Invisalign invisible braces, and much more. This allows us to provide you with the dental care that you are looking for and deserve.

Cone Beam 3D Imaging

Our Cone Beam 3D Imaging machine offers our patients images quickly. Our dentists are able to diagnose our patients better, catching problems sooner than they would be able to with only traditional imaging. It allows us to view your teeth, roots, airways, and even sinuses in less than ten seconds. We are also able to monitor TMD.

By using Cone Beam 3D imaging, we are able to diagnose and treat our patients quicker so that they don’t have to spend as much time in our office. We can view the images in just a few seconds instead of minutes, so we can start treatment right away!

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Intraoral Camera Mason, OH

Intraoral Camera

We are dedicated to giving our patients the high quality care they deserve. We are proud to offer the latest technologies and equipment to keep their mouths healthy. One way we do this is by offering our patients the intraoral camera. They always say that a picture is worth a thousand words. We use our camera for just that reason.

We can take a picture and show you what is going on with your mouth. You may not believe you have dental disease until you see the pictures. Our camera is also very helpful when we are tracking the disease’s progress. We can take before and after pictures to determine if the treatment is working. We can see how far your mouth has come and determine if more treatment or a whole different type of treatment is needed.

If you decide to get a complicated procedure, a picture may help you see what you really can’t see otherwise.

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Soft Tissue Laser

Laser dentistry is a state-of-the-art machine that delivers energy in the form of light. The energy travels at different wavelengths and is absorbed by a target. These targets can be enamel, decay, or soft tissue.

Laser dentistry is also able to be used for tooth and soft tissue procedures. Typically, no local anesthesia is needed. Your will not feel any heat or vibration which makes it a very comfortable process. For soft tissue treatments, it allows for an even quicker healing time!

Many pediatric procedures can involve the use of laser treatment. Some of these include fillings, vital pulpotomy, sealants, and more.

We only utilize the latest equipment in our office so that you and your family receive the best care possible. We truly care about your oral health and want to do everything that we can to make your experience pleasant. We are always willing to answer any questions that you may have about our practice and our equipment.

If you have any additional questions about laser dentistry or would like to schedule an appointment, contact us today.

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Implant Surgical Guides

Implant surgical guides are designed to provide a precise and accurate placement of a dental implant, which helps to ensure the best possible outcome for the patient as well as significantly reduce the risk of complications. The use of a surgical guide can help to reduce the amount of time needed for the procedure, as well as dramatically reduce the risk of damage to critical nerves, sinuses, and other oral facial structures. The guide is individually fabricated using a cone beam CT and digital impression. It is made of a clear plastic material and is custom-made to fit the patient’s mouth.

Digital Impressions

Digital impressions use a scanner to create a 3D digital model of a patient’s teeth which can then be used to create a variety of dental products, such as crowns, bridges, Invisalign, and implants. Digital impressions are more accurate than traditional impressions, and they can be used to create a more precise fit for dental products. Digital impressions also increase patient comfort as they are taken without the need for messy impression materials, reducing patient discomfort and gagging.


PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is a type of regenerative medicine used to improve treatment outcomes and reduce post-operative discomfort for a variety of procedures including implant surgery and bone regeneration. PRP is created by taking a sample of the patient’s own blood and spinning it in a centrifuge to separate the platelets and growth factors from the other components. These growth factors help to stimulate the body’s natural healing process, which can help to reduce inflammation and promote tissue regeneration. PRP has been utilized in medicine for decades and is commonly used for quicker injury recovery for professional athletes.


Steroids are utilized in dentistry to reduce inflammation, reduce pain, decrease dental nerve irritation, and promote healing after certain restorative and oral surgery procedures. Often, administration of steroids allows the patient to avoid having to take pain medication after dental procedures. Steroids cannot be used on every patient and each patient will be evaluated individually to determine their eligibility.

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Artificial Intelligence

Vita Dental uses the latest proven technology in the treatment for our patients. Human eyes can detect only 25 shades of gray on an X-ray, however Overjet AI can differentiate between over 500 shades. This allows for earlier detection of cavities, pathology, and periodontal disease which allows for more conservative treatment, fewer patient expenses, and improved prognosis. Overjet AI is FDA approved specifically for dental use and has already been adopted by numerous top dental schools and specialty programs throughout the United States. Use of AI in radiographic interpretation has been a powerful tool in medical radiology since the early 1990’s and its adoption into the fields of dentistry is considered a giant leap forward in patient treatment.

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