Digital Dental TechnologyAnchorage, AK
We at Alaska Advanced Dentistry in Anchorage use advanced dental technology and state-of-the-art equipment to serve you and your family. Every year, our dentists at Alaska Advanced Dentistry continue their education with additional training on the latest in dentistry to better serve our community. Here are some of the amazing things happening at our office right now:
The latest in tooth replacement with advanced implant technology
There are now options for dentures and traditional tooth-replacement technology. Implant systems can give you back the confidence to smile again. Ask us how the latest technology lets you smile, speak and eat your favorite foods without worries, so you can have the smile of your dreams.
Gum disease treatment with Lasers
Gum disease treatment is changing with Lasers. To obtain healthy gums, patients don’t need to deal with painful gum and bone surgeries anymore. Laser technologies can treat gum disease and save your teeth.
The Latest in Comfort with Sedation Dentistry
If you have been avoiding the dentist because of fear or because you just don’t have the time – the answer is finally here. Modern sedation techniques make dentistry accessible and comfortable for everyone. Call us at Alaska Advanced Dentistry to find out what type of sedation is right for you, and get that healthy mouth you’ve always wanted.
PreXion3D Cone Beam CT
PreXion3D Cone Beam CT takes x-ray imaging to the next dimension by providing 3D images that allow your dentist to safely and accurately diagnose and customize your treatment like never before.
Good oral hygiene is more important than ever now because you may not be going to your regular appointments. Under normal circumstances, it is recommended to visit your dentist every six months for cleanings and exams. However, because you may be missing appointments, you should take better care of your teeth than before. Read on…
General dentistry focuses on managing oral health. Routine checkups with a general dentist can help patients avoid things like cavities or infections. Oftentimes, people think that they can get away with skipping these appointments when in actuality, they are very important.When considering whether or not to have a general dentistry checkup, the answer is always…
Emergency Dentistry And The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Disease: When Is Tooth Pain Considered A Dental Emergency?
Like other health care issues, emergency dentistry and the Coronavirus COVID-19 disease are generating a lot of discussions. The virus is pervading life everywhere, rearranging routines and schedules. The pandemic has not halted oral health concerns. Still, dental offices are not currently doing routine exams and non-emergency appointments. If you are confused about whether tooth…
Dental Offices -The Use Of PPE Per CDC Guidance For Exposure Prevention At Alaska Advanced Dentistry
The phrase "PPE per CDC guidance" has been in the news a lot lately. People are turning to the CDC to find out how to protect themselves from exposure to the coronavirus. Dentists are also tuned in to what the CDC has to say. Following the PPE per CDC guidance for dentists is critical in…
Due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the American Dental Association has released guidelines for dental practitioners across the country. As of March 16, 2020, it is recommended that dentists delay all nonessential treatment and perform emergency procedures only. This is to help reduce the risk of patients coming in contact with the virus in a…