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Dental Technology

We believe that smiling can change lives.

Our focus is to give it all the necessary features to keep it in a healthy, functional, and aesthetic environment.

We remain at the forefront looking for innovation daily, with great allies in digital dentistry. 3D and CAD-CAM technology make it easy for us to achieve the objectives precisely and quickly.



CEREC® is the CAD/CAM system for patient individual all-ceramic restorations in just one appointment. With CEREC®, you have quickly and safely desired results for your needs and your aesthetic restorations. A further important object is also achieved. This technology is the digital impression and computer-aided design from CEREC® with diagnostic reliability. Surgical and prosthetic implant planning go hand in hand to achieve a convincing result: Higher treatment quality and time-saving workflow.

Digital 2D X-ray & CT SCAN 3D

2D and 3D X-rays are essential dental tools for accurate diagnosis and effective planning of dental treatments. They provide detailed images of teeth, jaws, and surrounding tissues, allowing practitioners to evaluate hidden problems, determine the exact location of important structures, and customize treatment plans to deliver optimal results.

In addition, 3D X-rays offer a three-dimensional view of the mouth, making it easier to identify abnormalities, assess bone density, and visualize structures in a complete spatial plane. These advanced tools help dentists make informed decisions, minimize risks, and achieve a more accurate and efficient approach to dental care.

Intraoral Camera

The intraoral camera is an innovative dental tool that provides a close-up view of your mouth. With a built-in microphone, it allows for easy-to-see video and still pictures. This camera enables us to give you a comprehensive tour of your entire mouth or zoom in on specific areas to show you issues such as cavities, gum disease, cracked teeth, and broken fillings.

After treatment, the intraoral camera allows you to see up-close images of your beautiful and healthy teeth. These images can be printed or stored as part of your permanent dental records, and they can also be emailed to specialists and insurance companies.

Intraoral cameras are an excellent new tool in dentistry that allows you to see what we see in your mouth.

Air Abrasion

Air Abrasion is used for the precise and minimally invasive removal of cavities and other dental defects. By using compressed air and abrasive particles, this technique preserves as much healthy tooth tissue as possible and reduces the need for anesthesia.

It is ideal for removing surface stains, preparing the tooth surface for cosmetic restorations, or removing cement from old restorations. Being a heat-free technique, it reduces the risk of damaging tooth enamel and provides a more comfortable experience for the patient. In general, Air Abrasion is considered an effective and accurate alternative to traditional dental drilling methods.

3shape Technology

3Shape technology plays a crucial role in dentistry by offering 3D intraoral scanning, computer-aided design (CAD), and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM). This technology allows dentists to obtain accurate digital images of the patient's mouth, facilitating diagnosis and treatment planning. With intraoral scanning, uncomfortable physical impressions are eliminated, and dentists can design custom prosthetics, crowns, and veneers with great precision.

Computer-aided manufacturing enables the rapid and precise production of these customized dental restorations. Overall, 3Shape technology enhances the patient experience, reduces treatment times, and delivers exceptional aesthetic and functional outcomes.


Plaza Pesqueira # 40, Ste. C.

Nogales, Sonora 84030, Mexico


9 AM to 6 PM Monday - Friday

8 AM to 4 PM Saturday

Sunday Closed


Ph (520) 208-6001 / (520) 223-4332

(631) 312-8746 Mexico

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