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Advanced Dental Technology – Annapolis, MD

Technology to Enhance Your Dental Experience

Like any medical field, dentistry is constantly expanding. Our dental office works hard to incorporate new techniques and technology that we believe will enhance your overall dental care experience. Whether it’s going digital via our X-rays, providing in-depth views of your mouth with our intraoral camera, or creating a detailed treatment plan to treat your chronic jaw pain, Dr. Lisco and Dr. Vanik are prepared to get the job done. Keep reading to learn more about the technologies Neil W Vanik, DDS PA has to offer!

Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences

  • Faster and Safer Diagnostics
  • Detailed Intraoral Images Improve Communication
  • Comprehensive Planning for Restorative Treatments via Tekscan®

Intraoral Cameras

Dentist capturing intraoral images

An intraoral camera brings the smallest details into focus and allows you to have increased understanding when discussing your treatment options. We connect the camera directly to a computer screen in the operatory to clearly see the condition of the mouth in need of restoration.

All-Digital X-Rays

Woman receiving 3D CT scan

Traditional X-rays of the past were often time-consuming, making them extremely inconvenient to perform. Today, digital X-rays allow for fast and highly detailed images of your underlying structures, including your teeth, gums, and supporting jaw bone. Plus, going digital means we can reduce radiation exposure as much as 80 percent, creating a safe environment for you and your family. We always take the precautions necessary to ensure your protection during necessary, routine X-rays.

Tekscan ® Occlusal Analysis System

Patient receiving analysis with Tekscan system

TekScan is dentistry’s only digital occlusal analysis system. (Occlusion simply means the contact between your teeth – the way your teeth fit together when your jaws are closed – i.e., your bite.) TekScan uses special sensors to reveal the level and timing of force on individual teeth and the occlusal stability of the overall bite, enabling us to better understand how to adjust restorative work to protect its longevity and comfort.