NAPERVILLE, IL, November 14, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- It's rare for patients to know when they have tooth decay. During regular dental appointments, a dentist will be able to detect cavities. Tooth decay can lead to an infection of the tooth that may result in getting a root canal. In severe cases, a dentist decides to extract the decaying tooth. A dentist's main mission is to stop tooth decay from occurring.
Some patients avoid checkups, and they only end up scheduling an appointment after persistent toothache. To avoid tooth decay, visit Dr. Pirooz Zomorrodi, dentist in Naperville, IL. As an experienced dentist, Dr. Zomorrodi is an expert at detecting tooth decay-even the smallest traces. With DIAGNOdent technology, Dr. Zomorrodi spots the earliest signs of tooth decay hidden underneath a tooth's enamel.
What is the DIAGNOdent? It's a state of the art laser instrument used to locate hidden cavities. It's an innovative and harmless laser light. Many patients might ask how a laser light identifies caries. Well, the DIAGNOdent operates at a wavelength of 655 nm. At that precise wavelength, the DIAGNOdent signals to elevated fluorescents found in specific teeth. Higher levels of fluoresce are found on a tooth with an unusual amount of bacteria. The readings have over 90 percent accuracy. To ensure positive readings, Dr. Zomorrodi cleans the surface of a patient's teeth to get rid of stains and plaque.
"The DIAGNOdent laser diagnostic scanning gives me the ability to thoroughly examine occlusal pits and fissures with great accuracy. It's important to find cavities at the earliest stage, so patients don't need to risk severe decay or worry about advanced dental procedures. I provide quality dental care because I own contemporary dental equipment beneficial to patients," said Dr. Zomorrodi, dentist in Naperville.
The DIAGNOdent makes dental exams quick and efficient. Plus, DIAGNOdent promises increased patient satisfaction, and many patients fully accept the use of modern dental equipment. Schedule an appointment today for a regular dental exam.
For patients who lost a tooth or teeth to tooth decay or trauma, it's not too late to get a confident and healthy smile. Talk to Dr. Zomorrodi about dental implants in Naperville. Implants are a permanent solution to tooth loss. They are structurally sound and esthetically pleasing. Dental implantology boasts a high percentage of successful procedures. In Naperville, dental implants are a popular dental treatment that Dr. Zomorrodi offers.
To schedule an appointment for one of Dr. Zomorrodi's leading services, call (630) 357-2332 or visit Dr. Zomorrodi's dental website at www.afdc-naperville.com
. Dr. Zomorrodi and his team look forward to meeting and treating new patients in Naperville and the surrounding areas.Media Contact:
Advance Family Dental Care
1567 N. Aurora Road Ste. 143
Naperville, IL 60563
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