Our Technology

In the rapidly evolving world of dentistry, technological advancements are continually reshaping the patient experience. At Pacific Dental Aesthetics, we embrace these changes with open arms, integrating the latest dental technologies to enhance the comfort, convenience, and effectiveness of our treatments. 

By staying at the forefront of dental innovations, we are committed to providing our patients with the highest standard of care. The benefits of these modern technologies are manifold – from reduced treatment times and improved accuracy to less invasive procedures and better results. Read below to learn more!


CEREC (chairside economical restoration of esthetic ceramics) represents a pinnacle in modern dental technology. This state-of-the-art system allows us to design, create, and fit new crowns or veneers in a single visit. Gone are the days of multiple appointments and temporary restorations; with CEREC, the entire process is completed in just one session.

How CEREC® Works

CEREC uses 3D imaging technology to capture a precise digital impression of your teeth. This image is then used to design your dental restoration on a computer screen right in front of you. Once the design is finalized, the CEREC machine mills the restoration from a high-quality ceramic block, matched perfectly to the natural color of your other teeth. The result is a durable, aesthetically pleasing restoration created and placed during a single visit.

Soft Tissue Lasers

Soft tissue lasers represent another technological breakthrough in the field of dentistry, particularly in the treatment of gum and other soft tissue issues. At Pacific Dental Aesthetics, we utilize these advanced lasers to provide more effective, less invasive treatments for a variety of gum-related problems. This cutting-edge technology allows for precision treatment, minimizing discomfort and speeding up the recovery process.

How Soft Tissue Lasers Work

Soft tissue lasers work by delivering a highly concentrated beam of light energy to the targeted gum tissue. This energy can be used to cut, shape, or remove soft tissues in the mouth with extreme precision. The laser simultaneously seals blood vessels, which leads to less bleeding during the procedure and reduces swelling and discomfort after the treatment.

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