Advanced Dental Technology Stone Mountain

Greater Precision & Accuracy Made Possible

Dental mirror and scaler on a metal tray

Drs. Candace and Gerald Rausch, Dr. Fred Angeletti, and Dr. Elizabeth Kaplan recognize the importance of using high-quality, advanced dental technology in Stone Mountain. Committed to staying abreast of the latest changes and innovations, they incorporate solutions that are designed to offer greater precision and accuracy when treating patients’ smiles. With in-depth cone beam scanners, real-time intraoral cameras, and comfortable soft tissue lasers, you’ll better understand the status of your smile and prepare for successful results when treatment is complete.

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

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Capturing 3D images of your oral and facial structures in just seconds, our CT/Cone Beam Scanner allows us to visualize your nerves, blood vessels, bones, tissues, and sinuses so that we can generate a cohesive treatment plan. This device makes it possible to prepare for dental implant placement, root canal treatment, and other extensive dental solutions more accurately.

Soft Tissue Laser

Close up of dental patient receiving laser treatment on their gums

Instead of relying on traditional scalpels and sutures, our soft tissue laser makes it easy to treat gum tissue so that it heals quickly. Its concentrated beam of light delivers optimal precision while reducing swelling, bleeding, and discomfort. Its minimally invasive approach also ensures reduced recovery times so that you can resume normal activity much sooner.

Intraoral Camera

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Seeing certain areas of your mouth with digital X-rays can be difficult. Although highly effective at diagnosing issues found beneath the gumline, our intraoral camera allows for a more thorough look at small crevices and areas that are otherwise hard to see. The handheld, camera-tipped device projects real-time images on a chairside monitor so that you can better understand the state of your oral health and the reason for suggested treatment.