Advanced Dental Technology & Services – The Woodlands, TX
Innovation for Better Dental Care
These days, it can feel like technology is progressing by leaps and bounds on a daily basis. In dentistry, we are keeping up with advancements that make diagnosis and treatment easier and more comfortable for our patients. We use innovative devices every day and are dedicated to continued education to stay up-to-date, you can rest easy knowing that you’re receiving the best care available from qualified, compassionate hands when you come to Solomon Dental Group.
Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences
- Less Radiation with Digital X-Rays
- More Comfort with Our Soft Tissue Laser
- Relief from Jaw Pain through TMJ Therapy
Before intraoral cameras, when a dentist found a problem, especially one that wasn’t causing pain or other symptoms, the patient had to rely on the dentist’s word. We believe in empowering our patients, so we use Digidoc intraoral cameras to capture real-time images of the inside of your mouth. We then are able to show you on our chairside TVs what we see, allowing you to make better, more confident decisions for your oral care.
Soft Tissue Laser
Sometimes, it’s the gums and not the teeth that need attention. Whether to treat gum disease or to recontour the gum line, our dentists can use our Odyssey and NV Diode Microlasers to gently perform necessary procedures on your soft tissues. With this technology, you can expect little to no bleeding or discomfort; in fact, you may not need a local anesthetic at all. You also won’t have to worry about sutures or prolonged healing.
Our office uses digital technology to capture X-rays of your teeth. Unlike traditional X-rays, our digital X-rays do not emit as much radiation and do not require the use of harmful chemicals, making this newer alternative good for the environment and for your health. These digital images are also ready for review immediately, which allows our dentists to catch and treat problems sooner and saves you time in the treatment chair.
Do you experience frequent jaw pain or headaches in the morning? You may have an issues with your temporomandibular joint (TMJ), which attaches your lower jaw to your skull. In many cases, this problem is a result of a misaligned bite or a condition called bruxism, or teeth grinding or clenching during sleep. We can provide the treatment you need to alleviate these symptoms and protect your smile for the long term.