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Advanced Dental Services & Technology - Fitchburg, MA

Bringing the Future
of Dentistry to You

Two dental team members looking at digital x-rays

No one wants to walk into a dental office for care and then feel like they are about to tour a museum. Super Dental strives to provide the latest advancements in dental technology. However, we don’t just use any dental technology. We only bring in what we believe will make your care more comprehensive, comfortable, and effective in the long-term. Below, you can learn about a few of the devices we use to make your dental care better.

Digital X-Rays

Dentist team member and dental patient looking at digital x-rays

Traditional X-rays of the past not only took hours to complete, but often made use of high levels of radiation and harmful chemicals to develop. As a dental office that has incorporated fully digital X-ray technology, you will benefit from 85% reduced radiation during scans, X-rays that are ready to view in just minutes, and a more efficient and productive visit overall. Of course, our dental office will always take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety, especially for your children.

Intraoral Camera

Dentist using intraoral camera to show patient her smile

Keeping you engaged is very important to us, and sometimes that can be difficult when you can’t see exactly what your dentist sees. For this reason, intraoral cameras are included in our repertoire and everyday use. These handheld cameras are small enough to scan the inside of the mouth, yet powerful enough to capture high-resolution images of your oral structures. From there, we can display them on a monitor for easier viewing.

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

Woman receiving C T cone beam digital x-ray scans

In some cases, digital X-rays are not enough to learn everything we need to perform certain treatments. For example, should you need dental implants to replace teeth or therapy to address an issue with your jaw joints, scans from our CT cone beam scanner can make all the difference in your treatment planning and outcome. This powerful device captures a 3D scan of your entire mouth and jaw in a matter of minutes. Once we receive the scan, we can use it to make certain treatments more predictable and easier to complete.