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The Latest Technology For Creating Beautiful Smiles

We are committed to having the latest technology available to enhance our patient care. And while technology will never replace the human touch, Dr. Richter and Dr. Malihi use these technologies along with their highly personalized care to increase efficiency and precision for great results. This means your appointments are faster, there are less frequent adjustment appointments and your treatment time is less than orthodontic treatment has been in the past.


Cone Beam CBCT

 Our I-Cat 3-D Imaging System provides precisely accurate 3D views to analyze teeth, roots, TMJ, airway, and sinuses without magnification or distortion in less than 5 seconds. With more information than is rendered from a more traditional x-ray, we are able to provide treatment that is beyond straight teeth. Plus, this amazing new x-ray technology actually exposes our patients to less radiation than tradition, 2-dimensional x-rays.

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iTero Scanner

iTero Scanner

Our iTero Scanner is used to provide accurate scans of your teeth for diagnostic models, orthodontic appliances, and virtual treatment planning. This has all but eliminated the gooey impressions that are used routinely in many other practices. In less than 15 minutes, we can capture the images of your teeth and get you on to whatever is next in your life!

Grin Orthodontic Scope

The Grin Orthodontic Scope is ideal for people who travel, students attending school away from home, and anyone who doesn’t like the idea of being tied to regular, in-person orthodontic appointments. This simple tool is easy to take with you, enables you to communicate directly with our office via the convenient app, and makes it easy to keep your treatment on track even when you’re on the road.

You can find out more about this incredible new technology that connects the convenience of your smart phone with the confidence of knowing you’re always connected to us. Be sure to ask about Grin at your free initial exam.

Lightscapel Machine