We can say with confidence that we have a state-of-the-art dental practice. Thanks to the advanced tools we use every day, we’re able to find, diagnose, and treat dental issues in less time while keeping our patients more comfortable. At Greenwood Dental, you’ll only experience the very best that modern dentistry has to offer. To learn more about some of the amazing technology you’ll benefit from at our practice, read on below.
The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, is the name of the joint on your lower jaw that allows it to move fluidly in all directions. Like other joints in the body, it can sometimes become strained or injured. When this happens, chronic jaw pain, frequent migraines, and unconscious teeth grinding are just a few of the problems that can develop. Fortunately, Dr. Greenwood is able to diagnose and treat these kinds of issues right here in Sagamore Hills. If you’re in need of relief from facial pain, be sure to come see us today.
Does going to the dentist make you feel a bit nervous? Has dental fear prevented you from getting a checkup for years? If so, then we’re happy to provide sedation dentistry to reduce any discomfort or stress you may experience in the chair. Dr. Greenwood will prescribe you a pill to take about an hour before your appointment so that by the time you make it to our office, you’ll be completely physically and mentally relaxed.
Our Odyssey soft tissue laser enables us to perform even the most sensitive periodontal (gum) procedures with relative ease. With it, we can instantly eliminate bacteria along the gum line as well as reshape it to create a more beautiful smile. Even better, it can do all of this while keeping a patient completely comfortable.
Thanks to our Schick intraoral camera, you’ll literally gain a whole new perspective on your smile. This small, pen-sized camera can be comfortably maneuvered through the mouth to capture highly-detailed images of the teeth and gums we can then display on a nearby monitor. You’ll finally get to see your smile from your dentist’s point of view, enabling us to show rather than simply tell you why we might be recommending a certain treatment.