Dr. Stephanie Busch-Abbate, Kalamazoo, MI dentist, keeps up-to-date dentistry equipment that includes an air-abrasion system.
KALAMAZOO, MI, October 11, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Kalamazoo, MI dentist, Dr. Stephanie Busch-Abbate, will continue to succeed in her field because of up-to-date office equipment. With modern technology continuously changing health practices, dentist offices are trying new treatment options that are beneficial to the patients.
Dr. Stephanie Busch-Abbate, family dentist in Kalamazoo, MI, works hard to provide the best technology for patients. At Gentle Dentistry, such advancements in technology include an air-abrasion system. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, air-abrasion technology was introduced in 1950, but the concept and technology didn't go over well at the time. Over time, the system was researched and redeveloped for modern dentistry.
Traditional dental drills make many patients cringe because of its high-pitched squeal, and the vibration also intensifies the experience. Most patients don't mind traditional dental drills while getting treated, but dentists are working hard to find the newest technology that will provide the utmost comfort in the dentist chair. The air-abrasive system serves as an alternative to dentists' traditional dental drills. It boasts a quieter sound and vibration.
"Our talented staff is continually learning about new technology and techniques to give the utmost comfort to our patients. The air-abrasion system will allows us to take care of smaller cavities. This system is used for multiple reasons because different patients come to our office with different dental problems," said Dr. Busch-Abbate, Kalamazoo dentist.
Dr. Busch-Abbate, Kalamazoo, MI family dentist, primarily uses an air-abrasion system to blast pellets of air and aluminum oxide on tooth decay. The system works with the same precision as a traditional dental drill. In most cases, the machine gets rid of small cavities and involves minimal damage to healthy areas of the tooth. Besides using air pellets and aluminum oxide, the air-abrasion system doesn't need the help of a local anesthetic. Instead, its high-pressure air acts as a cooling system. While dentists primarily use this technology to remove small cavities, the system also assists with other dental issues.
Besides the removal of tooth decay, air abrasion can also help rid patients of surface stains. And air abrasives take away tooth discoloration when veneer placement or restoration is in order. Dr. Busch-Abbate knows how to operate new technology to assist with modern treatments for dental problems. And Dr. Busch-Abbate and the Gentle Dentistry staff utilize new technology for the patients because high tech equipment and a dedicated staff provide the individualized care patients need. Faster and efficient treatment options is how Dr. Busch-Abbate is working to accommodate for patients in the dental field.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Busch-Abbate, call (269) 381-3890 or fill out an appointment form online at http://www.buschgentledentistry.com
. Dr. Busch-Abbate's website offers detailed information about the staff, services, office hours and directions.Media Contact:
Busch Gentle Dentistry
530 Nichols Road
Kalamazoo, MI 49006
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