Dental TechnologyAt Normandy Dentistry, we invest in state-of-the-art dental technology as part of our commitment to providing you with ongoing superior service. Cutting-edge dental equipment enhances our ability to detect oral health issues early on, provide personalized dental treatments, and execute our treatment plans with unmatched accuracy and excellence.

Our investment in dental technology allows us to enhance your patient-centered dental experience from the first moment you step into our Jacksonville dental office until the moment you leave. Using advanced data-management systems, we fast-track the check-in and checkout process, allowing you more time to relax before your appointment. Then, whether you need routine x-rays or a complete restoration, we use top-of-the-line dental equipment, such as digital x-rays and same-day crown technology, to enhance comfort, efficiency and ensure safety.

CEREC Same Day Crown

CEREC Same Day CrownYour time is important and we are pleased to provide patients with the convenience of receiving a dental crown in one day. We utilize the CEREC® Same Day technology that give you a permanent, natural-looking, metal-free restoration that provides the form, fit, and function you need without needing multiple visits.

Digital X-Rays

At Normandy Dentistry we use digital x-rays to minimize your exposure to radiation. We are pleased to be able offer one of the latest diagnostic techniques using the Cone Beam 3D X-ray machine.

At Normandy Dentistry, we regularly upgrade our dental equipment because we know that advanced dental technology ensures more accurate assessments, which means a better solution for your dental needs — and your bank account.

Digital X-Rays

Digital X-Rays

At Normandy Dentistry as part of our commitment to providing patients with superior dental care, we use digital radiography (x-rays) to detect decay and disease earlier than would be possible with a basic oral exam. You will most likely receive an x-ray as a new patient, if you have signs or a history of disease or decay, or if your teeth are touching, which makes it impossible to see all surfaces. Digital x-rays are quickly taking the place of traditional film-based x-rays and have become one of the most important advances in dental technology today, offering our patients substantial benefits.

It is not uncommon to feel some anxiety when visiting the dentist. Fortunately, digital x-rays significantly reduce both your chair time and your wait time. Traditional x-rays can take up to 15 minutes to process; with digital x-rays, results are instant and highly accurate. Not only are the images precise, they can also be sharpened, enlarged, and optimized in a variety of ways that improve diagnostic proficiency. Such enhancements help ensure a precise diagnosis, putting your mind at ease.

Digital X-Ray

Digital X-Ray

How do digital x-rays work? A small sensor is placed inside your mouth, instead of the traditional paper tabs that fit awkwardly and often cause pain. The sensor is connected to a computer by a thin, unobtrusive wire and records a highly detailed image of your mouth. The image is then sent to the computer, where it is instantly projected onto a screen for the dentist to review.

Understandably, you may have safety concerns about x-rays and radiation. Though the radiation exposure from traditional x-rays is considered safe, the radiation exposure from digital x-rays is even less — almost 80% less — taking the worry out of the procedure. Digital x-rays are not only healthier for you, they are also healthier for our community, because they eliminate the material and chemical waste produced by traditional, film-based x-rays.

As a key component in delivering the highest level of ongoing care and personalized service, our use of digital x-rays allows us to provide you with the dental experience you deserve. Decreased anxiety and precise diagnosis allow for your increased comfort and confidence in our commitment to helping you maintain a healthy, bright, white smile for years to come.

To experience the difference, and learn more about our technology and how we offer stronger solutions using the most advanced dental equipment to fit your needs, call 904-240-4049, or complete our online form.

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