Dental Technology

DIAGNOdent Laser Cavity Detection

DIAGNOdent is an amazing technology that helps Dr. Kimche detect decay in the mouth. This laser cavity detection system can be used to help us detect, diagnose, and treat minor cavities before they cause major problems. The scan is quick and comfortable, usually taking just a few minutes to complete. DIAGNOdent allows us to detect the cavities that lie hidden beneath the surface of the teeth and take care of them before they seriously affect your oral health.

DIAGNOdent laser cavity detection is just one of the technologies we use to improve your oral health and smile at Mountain Dentistry in Park City. For more information on DIAGNOdent or any of our advanced technology, we invite you to call or visit our office soon.


Digital X-rays

We use digital radiography, the latest in dental X-ray technology, to safely detect and diagnose problems with your oral health. Unlike traditional X-ray film, digital X-rays use a minimal amount of radiation, which means your family is completely safe at our office. Digital X-rays can also be viewed instantly, giving Dr. Kimche and our team the opportunity to treat any problems faster than ever before. Please call or visit Mountain Dentistry in Park City today if you are interested in learning more about digital X-rays and our state-of-the-art technology.


Laser Dentistry

Dr. Kimche often uses the dental laser to assist in periodontal (gum) procedures by reducing bacteria or reshaping the gum line. If you would like to learn more about laser dentistry and how it can benefit you, give our office a call today. We look forward to speaking with you!


Digital Cone Beam X-Ray
We are pleased to utilize the digital cone beam X-ray in Park City, Utah. The digital cone beam allows us to view a 3D image of your jaw structure. One of the benefits of digital cone beam technology is that it allows Dr. Kimche, our skilled dentist, to view the teeth, mouth, jawbone, jaw joint, neck, and facial structures as a comprehensive whole. Digital cone beam technology accurately recreates your mouth and jaw area in a three-dimensional, high-resolution image that helps Dr. Kimche and his team plan several types of dental treatment, including dental implants. With digital cone beam X-rays, we can precisely plan where the dental implant will be placed and how it will work with the rest of the teeth and the jaw structure. To learn more about how the digital cone beam X-ray improves your dental experience at Mountain Dentistry, we welcome you to contact us today!