Those of you who know me personally or those who read my dental blog posts and Denver Post Yourhub articles, get the idea that I live with a lot of intention. In other words, I feel strongly about many things in life. For example, I feel one of my purposes in life is to raise my three children, now adults, to lead very fulfilling and successful lives.

Another of my many goals in life is to stay up to date and on the cutting edge of the dental profession. At our office, Dental Wellness at Dry Creek, we really push ourselves to deliver the latest in treatment modalities to make sure our patients stay healthy. Through the use of dental lasers, digital X-rays and surgical placement of dental implants, we can help keep dental health, and overall health a top priority. We are able to take a picture of the inside of your mouth and place it on a TV screen for educational purposes. We feel so strongly about dental health that we developed a television show, THE WELLNESS HOUR, COMPLETE CARE DENTISTRY, which airs on Monday and Thursday on Denver Channel 59 at 7am starting July 27.  You bet we are passionate about what we do.

But, in my 25 plus years of practicing dentistry, I believe the single greatest advancement that will allow practitioners to deliver the highest standard of care is the 3D IMAGING we offer at our office.  We are proud to be part of an elite group of dental practices in Colorado to offer this amazing technology.

What is 3D Imaging?
3D imaging uses an advanced type of technology to create three-dimensional images of dental structures, soft tissues, nerve paths, and bone. This three-dimensional image only requires one scan to create. These images allow for more accurate diagnosing and treatment planning. And 3D imaging reduces the hazards associated with previously used imaging techniques like CAT SCANS. Our office is proud to use 3D imaging in Centennial Colorado , to provide you with the most accurate, effective dental treatment possible.

When would  3D imaging be used?
3D Imaging is often used in complex cases, including:
• Accurate placement of dental implants
• Inspection of the jaw, sinuses, nerve canals, and nasal cavity
• Identifying, measuring, and treating jaw disorders
• Determining bone structure and tooth orientation
• Locating the source of pain
• Reconstructive surgery

You bet these are the BEST OF TIMES…. in dentistry.
As always if you have any questions, feel free to give us a call at 303-773-9400 or email
me, Dr DiLizia, at [email protected].

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