Our Technology

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Our Technology

For the best possible view of your oral health, our intraoral digital camera lets your dentist easily and comfortably inspect your mouth, while enabling you to see what your dentist sees. With the intraoral digital camera, we can diagnose fractures the naked eye would never have seen.

For a more efficient and comfortable root canal treatment option, our rotary endodontics equipment electronically measures the length of your tooth, and then uses a gentle drill to clean the root canal. This means shorter chair time, more accurate treatment and less post-operative pain.

To increase the comfort of very nervous patients, Penthrox is a safe, quick and efficient relaxant. Inhaled through a special device, Penthrox makes you feel much more relaxed and can make your dental experience far less stressful.

The Dental Touch has invested in an in-house digital X-ray system, a sophisticated x-ray machine and scanner that allows for an instantaneous x-ray of your teeth, enabling quick and easy diagnosis of your dental condition.

Computer guided dental implants allow more precise placement, for a more effective treatment and much reduced recovery times. With less postoperative pain and swelling, this technology also enables The Dental Touch to insert teeth on your implants more quickly, for an outstanding functional and aesthetic result.

The CEREC procedure was developed at Zurich University and has been successfully deployed in dental practices since 1985, i.e. for more than 25 years. Worldwide, more than 25,000 practices in over 50 countries work with the CEREC system. Since 1985 over 8 million patients have been treated using the CEREC procedure. More than 20 million ceramic restorations have been created and placed. Long–term clinical studies demonstrate that, in terms of durability, CEREC restorations are at least equivalent to gold restorations. Same day beautiful tooth coloured ceramic restorations are now possible with CEREC, with no temporaries, impressions or long waiting periods.

A Cone Beam CT or CBCT is  a special 3D type of xray specifically designed for the facial structures including the upper and lower jaws, airway and para-nasal sinuses. It enables the dental practitioner to see all your jaws and associated bones in 3 dimensions giving them a full view of any problems that a traditional 2D flat xray may miss. This scan is also used to diagnose variations in tooth root anatomy when planning for root canal treatment. It is also used to check jaw width and height when planning for implant placement. The scan can also be married to an optical oral scan (Cerec Scan) to facilitate the making of a surgical guide for implant placement (key-hole approach). Other uses include checking for lower jaw nerve position when extracting lower wisdom teeth and looking at any pathology of the jaws, nose, throat and sinuses. A CBCT is a valuable tool in the diagnosis and treatment planning in a modern dental practice.


Our Team

Hany G. Dentist
Jo Practice Manager