Advanced Dental Technology Jonesboro

Investing in the Best for Your Smile

Cone beam scanner standing against wall in Jonesboro dental office

Today’s dental technology is amazing. Whether you’re talking about doing diagnostics, performing various procedures, or creating the appliances that our patients use every day, it has gotten faster, easier, and better each passing year. Of course, this doesn’t happen magically, which is why Dr. Spades is constantly updating our Jonesboro dental office with the latest technology. He strives to always be ahead of the curve, and you’ll benefit from this every time you visit.

3D Printer

3 D printing technology

Our 3D printer allows us to provide many dental services 100% in-house that used to require an outside lab. As a result, we can deliver higher-quality care in less time and control every little detail to ensure our patients leave fully satisfied. With it, we can fabricate surgical guides, orthotics, nightguards, crowns, and even fun little items for kids right before your eyes. Plus, should a patient ever need a replacement, we can give them one without a significant wait.

CBCT Scanner

C T cone beam scanner standing against white wall

We’ve all seen dental X-rays, and our CBCT scanner takes this technology to a whole new level. Rather than creating a flat image that only shows a few teeth, this device generates a highly detailed, interactable map that includes both rows of teeth, the jaws, and more. It gives us a tremendous amount of information, making it perfect for assessing someone’s oral health and planning a procedure down to the smallest detail to guarantee success.

Digital Dental Impressions

Dentist taking digital impressions of a patients teeth

If you’ve ever had a dental impression taken the old way, then it probably wasn’t your favorite experience. No one (including us!) liked having to deal with someone awkwardly biting into a mold filled with dental putty that always gets EVERYWHERE. Now, we can just scan the teeth with a small device, and we’ll have a digital impression in a matter of minutes that is much higher quality than the old physical models.

Soft Tissue Laser

Hand holding a dental laser pen device

Our soft tissue laser uses concentrated light energy to perform several procedures faster and more comfortably than ever before. We can treat moderate gum disease without surgery, fix lip and tongue ties in infants without anesthetic, and even remove excess tissue to enhance a gummy smile. Whatever the application, the process is fast and virtually painless.

Intraoral Camera

Dental team member holding a thin white intraoral camera

One of the big reasons people don’t like going to the dentist is that when the doctor tells them something is wrong with their teeth, they can’t see it themselves. An intraoral camera fixes this instantly, as it will allow you to see your smile from your dentist’s perspective. Rather than telling you that you have a cavity or could benefit from a treatment, we can capture a close-up image and show you, ensuring you’re always on the same page as our team.