It seems like everybody is going high-tech these days … and we think that is a good thing! After all, we do live in the 21st century.
However, what is very important is to find a healthy balance where high-tech meets common sense. Nobody would decide to buy a fancy sports car only to go food shopping.
The truth is, the expense of acquiring and utilizing any piece of equipment, low- or high-tech, invariably impacts operational costs. That cost is always, no matter where you go, passed on to you, the patient.
That is why we take great care when selecting the equipment to purchase and install in our dental practice. Our primary concern is to use the technology that best benefits diagnosis, treatment and the comfort of our patients.