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Our Technology

At McCall Dental, we constantly upgrade our state-of-the-art technology to provide the best possible dental care. We never compromise on quality, and below, we have detailed some of our most advanced technologies that can be used to improve the safety, precision, and efficacy of numerous treatments and procedures available at our practice.


Digital Radiography

Digital radiography is a form of x-ray imaging where digital X-ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. Dental radiographs are instrumental in diagnosing, treating, and maintaining dental health.

Digital imaging incorporates computer technology in capturing, displaying, enhancing, and storing direct radiographic images.


At McCall Dental, we use the latest digital X-ray technology, providing less exposure to radiation, shorter appointments and a better understanding of treatment to patients.

At McCall Dental, we utilize Dentsply Sirona Axeos™ 3D, a CBCT imaging system that provides high-quality performance and comfort. CBCT stands for cone-beam computed tomography. The CBCT scan allows a dentist to get more detailed information about structures within the tooth and jaw bone, making it essential for root canal treatment and dental implant planning.


CBCT has also become an important tool in evaluating sleep apnea risk and treatment planning for adult orthodontic cases to determine if tooth movement could potentially be detrimental to bone levels. A full-mouth scan often takes between 20 and 40 seconds, and the dentist needs less than 10 seconds to scan a specific area.

Cone Beam Computed


Intraoral Scanner

At McCall Dental, we strive to provide a better experience for patients. We use CEREC® Primescan intraoral scanner, the fastest, most accurate intraoral scanner on the market today, taking digital impressions to a higher level of quality.


​Primescan® allows us to perform high-precision digital impressions of the patient’s mouth without using conventional impression material.

The best tool to educate patients about his/her oral health. Using an intraoral camera – a highly advanced piece of diagnostic equipment-the patient can view the entire mouth on a monitor and helps the dentist discuss any potential issues or problems that may arise and how they could be prevented.

Intraoral Camera

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Piezosurgery is a technique used in medical and dental surgery using ultrasonic vibrations instead of traditional motorized drills or burs. No soft tissue is damaged, which allows you to work with a precision that facilitates not only surgery itself but reduces postoperative discomfort for the patients at the same time.

Piezosurgery positively affects your comfort level for surgery involving jawbones, such as tooth extractions, bone grafting (sinus lift), gum disease therapy, and implant site preparation.

Piezosurgery® touch

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