Advanced Dental Services & Technology – State College, PA

Advanced Care That Feels Great

Technology has transformed the way we do just about every daily task, but many of our patients don’t realize how true this is when it comes to their dental care. At the State College, PA dental office of Kevin P. Labosky, DMD, we use advanced dentistry techniques and technologies to ensure our patients receive only the highest quality, most comfortable treatments possible. If you would like to find out more about dental technology or schedule an appointment, call our team today.

Intraoral Cameras

When you visited the dentist in the past, you probably remember trying to understand complicated dental concerns and treatment options, all without being able to see what the doctor could see. This likely made it difficult to decide on your care that you felt confident about. That’s where intraoral photography helps our patients. We’re able to show you exactly what we mean. We’ll point out various areas of damage, and explain how treatment options can restore your oral health.

All-Digital X-Rays

Traditional X-rays produced low definition images that took time to develop, were difficult to transfer, had to be viewed on a specialized light board, and took up vast amounts of storage space. Digital X-rays offer high-definition images that are instantly viewable on chairside computer monitors where we can enlarge, color code, and enhance the images for optimal patient education. Easily stored and transferred as digital files, we can compare these X-rays from year to year, shorten treatment time by delivering them to dental labs instantly, and offer more precise and effective treatment plans.

Cavity Detection System

Digital X-rays give our team the ability to diagnose cavities in earlier stages, but our state-of-the-art cavity detection system goes a step further by indicating the areas where tooth decay is likely to occur. Using a laser, the cavity detection system measures the density of every surface of teeth. The teeth that have a lower level of enamel density are at greater risk for decay. Once we’ve identified these high-risk areas, we can help patients direct their at-home hygiene towards protecting and strengthening these teeth.