Advanced Technology

At our practice, we take pride in our use of state-of-the-art dental technology to ensure the highest level of care for our patients. Our commitment to staying at the forefront of advancements in dentistry means that you can trust in the precision and effectiveness of every treatment you receive with us. Here are the technological procedures that we offer at our practice.


When you visit our dental practice, you are assured that Dr. Riemer and their staff utilize the latest in technology to enhance the quality and fit for your dental care. Our dentistry proudly practices precision dentistry, using high-power microscopes to ensure the most accurate results possible. Dentistry is truly a form of micro-surgery, and by employing a microscope similar to one used by ophthalmologists, we are able to create dental restorations with unparalleled precision and finish. The use of this advanced technology allows us to see details that would be impossible with the naked eye alone, ensuring that every aspect of your treatment is carried out flawlessly.

Additionally, the microscope minimizes glare and provides exceptional lighting directly onto your teeth for optimal visibility during procedures. To further guarantee precise outcomes, we employ electric handpieces for restorative work, resulting in seamless interfaces between your natural tooth structure and any new restoration being placed. This not only enhances comfort during treatment but also reduces vibration and noise for a more pleasant overall experience at our office.


Dr. Riemer, a leading expert in dental technologies, meticulously selects the radiographs to be taken and follows strict guidelines for their usage. Radiographs play a crucial role in revealing what is hidden from our naked eyes, allowing us to identify cavities between teeth, assess bone levels, and evaluate overall bone health. Through these images, we can delve into the intricate roots and nerves of teeth, pinpoint lesions like cysts or tumors, and analyze any damage resulting from trauma. Dental radiographs are indispensable tools for diagnosing issues accurately and maintaining optimal oral health.

Thanks to digital imaging technologies embraced by Dr. Riemer's practice, exposure time during imaging procedures is significantly reduced by up to 50% compared to traditional methods. This cutting-edge technology not only enhances diagnostic capabilities but also streamlines information retrieval processes. With digital imaging at our disposal, we have the advantage of storing patient images securely and sharing them effortlessly with specialists or insurance providers when necessary.


Digital X-rays have revolutionized the way we capture and analyze images in dentistry. With the ability to view X-ray images on a computer monitor, dentists can now zoom in, enhance, and manipulate the image with precision that was not possible before. Gone are the days of squinting at 35mm films held up to a light — digital X-rays provide crystal clear images that allow for more accurate diagnoses and treatment planning. And perhaps most importantly, digital X-rays use significantly reduced radiation that is only about 1/6 that used by traditional methods. This means that patients can feel confident knowing that they are receiving high-quality care without compromising their health. In a world where technology is constantly advancing, digital X-rays are leading the way in improving both accuracy and safety in dental imaging.


For patients who dread the thought of needles, drilling, or numbness during dental procedures, Laser Dentistry may just be the perfect solution. This cutting-edge technology utilizes a laser to deliver energy in the form of light, with different wavelengths targeting specific areas such as enamel, decay, gum tissue, and whitening enhancers. By absorbing this light energy, these targets can be treated without the need for local anesthesia in many cases. The process is gentle and comfortable for patients as there is no heat or vibration typically associated with traditional drills. Additionally, soft tissue procedures are made more efficient with lasers as they eliminate the need for sutures and promote faster healing. Perhaps most impressively, lasers can even aid in diagnosing cavities at their earliest stages, allowing for potential reversal through proper hygiene and fluoride treatments without needing fillings. Laser Dentistry truly represents a game-changing advancement in oral healthcare technology that benefits both dentists and patients alike.

Areas of dental care that benefit from laser technology:

Laser dentistry has revolutionized the way dental procedures are performed, offering a more precise and less invasive option for patients.

  • One of the key applications of laser dentistry is in cavity detection, where lasers can be used to identify areas of decay that may not be visible on traditional X-rays.
  • Lasers can also be utilized in gum disease treatment, as they can target and remove bacteria from pockets around the teeth without causing damage to surrounding tissue.
  • Another important use of laser dentistry is in root canal therapy, where lasers can help clean and disinfect the inside of the tooth more effectively than traditional methods.
  • Additionally, dental lasers are often used for teeth whitening procedures, providing quicker and longer-lasting results compared to other techniques.


At our practice, we understand the importance of staying up to date with the latest technological advancements in dentistry. Many patients, especially younger ones, are accustomed to technology being a part of their everyday lives. That's why Dr. Riemer utilizes Intraoral Camera technology to provide a more thorough understanding of your diagnosis.

The intraoral camera may be small, but it helps us capture clear and precise images of your mouth, teeth, and gums. By using this advanced tool, we are able to detect details that might go unnoticed during a traditional mirror examination. This means quicker diagnoses and less time spent in the dental chair for you! Additionally, these images can be stored on our office computer for easy access when needed for treatments or communication with other specialists or insurance companies. We believe that by incorporating cutting-edge technology like the intraoral camera into our practice, we can provide you with the highest level of care possible.

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