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Dental Technology in Bedford, NH

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Braasch Oral Surgery uses many advanced dental technologies in its practice. To make an appointment or receive more information, call our office at603-657-1984.

What Is Dental Technology?

Dental technology covers a broad range of equipment and techniques. Our oral surgery office uses the latest technology in all our procedures, meaning we can provide optimal care with excellent results.

Benefits of Dental Technology

Lower Radiation Exposure

The Cone Beam CBCT scanner and digital X-rays use less radiation than older equipment while providing more precise, detailed images.

Saves Time

Dental technology saves you time because it speeds up procedures. Rather than having to wait for a film X-ray to develop, for example, the process is instant.


Electronic medical records make transferring your data between practices much more convenient. When your general dentist and oral surgeon need to communicate, they appreciate the extra level of security.


Guided implant surgeries and other computer-driven procedures are more accurate than before.


When the oral surgeon has a detailed view of the teeth, gums, nerves, and blood vessels, they can plan a safer surgery.

Why Choose Braasch Oral Surgery?

We incorporate today's newest dental technology into every aspect of our practice. We offer a full slate of oral and maxillofacial surgery services and work with trusted local practitioners. We treat our patients like family and believe in operating a responsible and ethical practice.

Technology Options We Offer

Carestream Kodak Cone Beam 3D Imaging Scanner

The cone beam scanner (CBCT) provides a 3D image of the patient's head and neck, including all hard and soft tissues. It is most frequently used to plan dental implant surgery and to assess whether a patient has sufficient bone mass before proceeding. The CBCT scanner can also help the oral surgeon determine whether the patient will need a sinus lift before getting an implant.

Learn more about our 3D Imaging System

Trios 3D Digital Impressions

3D digital impressions do away with the sticky, uncomfortable trays used in the past. The oral surgeon captures the impression by moving a small handheld camera around the patient's mouth. The process takes only a few minutes, and the patient will be at ease.

Learn more about our 3D Digital Impressions

CAD/CAM Dentistry

This technology allows for faster, more accurate tooth restorations. The dentist takes 3D images of the teeth using an intraoral scanner and uses this information to plan restorations. The CAM system creates the restoration in less time than going through a traditional dental lab.

Learn more about CAD/CAM Dentistry

Digital X-Ray

A digital X-ray is a highly detailed image showing much more tooth structure and anatomy than a comparable film X-ray. Oral surgeons can easily share this information with dentists, orthodontists, and patients.

Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

Electronic medical records facilitate the transfer of information between medical practices. It has become easy for patients to submit a records request to their oral surgeon from their general dentist.

Oral Cancer Screening

Oral cancer affects thousands of Americans yearly. We use the latest technology to detect changes in oral tissue consistencies and/or lesions. A specialized light is shined into the mouth to detect unhealthy tissue. Healthy tissue looks lighter under the light while spots of bad tissue appear dark. With early detection, cancer may be caught before it has time to spread, potentially saving lives.

Digital Flat Screen Monitors

These monitors are found next to every patient chair. Patients can watch a movie or TV show. Patients can also view their dental radiographs when speaking to the doctor about the findings for a better understanding of their oral health.


For patient convenience, we offer Wi-Fi service in our office.


We offer tablets for patient use while visiting our practice.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Technology

How does dental technology make procedures safer?

With our advanced equipment, we can plan safer procedures. We fully understand your oral anatomy before beginning the procedure and know the placement of teeth, bones, and nerves. For example, the CBCT scanner helps us plan better implant surgeries because we can assess your bone density, tooth placement, and nerve structure.

What is the advantage of using an intraoral scanner versus a traditional impression?

Intraoral scanners make the impression process faster and more comfortable. Patients no longer have to sit in the chair for an extended time with a tray full of impression material. Intraoral scanners also provide a better-quality model than traditional impressions. Patients highly prefer the scanner over the traditional method.

What kinds of restorations can CAD/CAM dentistry produce?

CAD/CAM dentistry can make crowns, bridges, dentures, and other milled parts.

Call Braasch Oral Surgery

If you need the services of an oral surgeon, please call our office at 603-657-1984. We can show you how the latest dental technology can save you time and money while making your procedures safer.

Contact our office today to schedule your appointment!

404 Riverway Place, Building 4 Bedford, NH 03110
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