Dr. Cappy Sinclair and Dr. Mark Reichley have incorporated some of the latest dental technology into our Virginia Beach dental practice in an effort to improve your patient experience and provide more accurate results.
It all begins when you enter our Virginia Beach dentist office and your patient information is entered into our digital charting and records system. This makes it easy for us to track your dental health history and electronically submit your dental insurance claims.
Advanced Technology, Improved Oral Health
Coastal Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry has incorporated digital technology into our diagnostics for your comfort and greater accuracy when diagnosing dental concerns:
- Digital x-rays: greatly reduces radiation exposure and provides digital images that can be archived for future use.
- Digital Bite Analysis: Dr. Sinclair can identify underlying bite problems that can ultimately compromise the results of your dentistry.
Waterlase Dental Laser
Dr. Sinclair and Dr. Reichley use the Waterlase dental laser to provide periodontal therapy with several key benefits:
- Faster recovery and less downtime
- No scalpels or sutures, very little bleeding
- Immediately reduces inflammation due to infection
- Reduced risk of gum recession as a result of surgery
- Encourages the growth of supportive bone
Enjoy a Healthier Smile with REPaiR Laser Gum Treatment
With the REPaiR procedure, we are able to slip a fine laser tip between the teeth and gums, preventing the need for surgical incision into your gum tissue. The light from the laser evaporates bacteria and removes infected tissue, leaving your gums instantly healthier. Tartar is removed from the roots of the teeth with ultrasonic scalers, and the Biolase Waterlase 2.0 laser is utilized to stimulate the regeneration of bone. The entire treatment is performed without scalpels or sutures.
Early Detection For Better Oral Health: Intra-Oral Camera
Dr. Sinclair and Dr. Reichley perform a thorough and comprehensive dental exam which is enhanced by the use of an intraoral camera. This tiny, hand held device enables them to view all surfaces in the mouth and spot tooth decay, damage or irregular tissue in the early stages of development. This enables us to provide prompt treatment that is often less invasive and costly, avoiding larger problems down the road.