Dental Technology in Cleveland, MS

With many generations of experience, the dentists at Johnson Dental Clinic understand that some oral health procedures are stressful. Patients scheduling cleanings might learn that they require a root canal in the near future. It's our goal to provide you with the finest dental care by using current technology to ease those concerns. Take a look at how our integrated technology makes your appointment a relaxing process.

Waterlase Technology

Your mouth has many nerve endings that make some dental procedures painful, like filling cavities or extracting wisdom teeth. Our clinic's solution to pain is Waterlase technology. This machine uses a mixture of water, lasers, and air while treating your teeth. Waterlase is used in certain procedures, such as extractions because you don't feel pressure or pain. Water cools your mouth while the laser performs the work.

CEREC Innovations

In the past, you were fitted for crowns and dentures at one appointment but had to return for the final product. Our clinic has invested in CEREC technology, which allows us to fit and finalize your crowns and caps in just one appointment. You'll receive a high-quality material as a result of this in-house technology. Many of our patients appreciate this streamlined process because it eases their appearance concerns and allows them to eat properly once again. Ask us about this technology during your next appointment so that you can understand your future options.

At Johnson Dental Clinic, we're pleased to offer you the latest technology to enhance your oral health. In fact, we're constantly updating our office as new innovations come to light. Allow our team to treat you with today's technology, and you might be amazed at the nearly painless experience you receive.

Galileos 3D Imaging

Our office has an advanced CBCT imaging device that allows for fabrication of a 3D image of any area of the mouth. This technology allows for superior image quality along with a low radiation dose. The 3 dimensional image provides greater certainty to help make difficult diagnoses easier.