Advanced Dental Technology – Rockwall, TX
A Strong Tradition of Looking Forward
Dr. Danette McNew has been practicing and teaching dentistry for more than 30 years, and in that time, dental technology has changed a lot. Thankfully, she and the rest of our team work diligently to stay up to date on the latest developments, so whenever you come to see us, you can trust that you’ll experience the most modern dentistry possible. Fast, comfortable, and effective care is waiting for you at McNew Dental, and you can schedule an appointment by giving us a call today!
Committed to State-of-the-Art & Comfortable Dental Experiences
- Intraoral Cameras: See What Your Dentist Sees
- Digital Impressions: No More Messy Dental Putty
- Digital X-Rays: Sharper Images, Less Radiation
Our intraoral camera enables our team to closely examine your teeth and gums without just shining a bright light into your eyes! With this small, pen-sized instrument, we can take close-up images of the inside of your mouth and instantly display them on a nearby monitor. Our team can spot potential issues much more easily this way, and you’ll finally be able to see your smile from your dentist’s point of view, helping you better understand your oral health and treatment options.
iTero® Digital Impressions
Dental impressions give us the ability to create a model of a patient’s teeth and bite so we can design and customize their treatments, but in the past, creating one was quite the task. A patient would literally have to bite into a mold filled with odd-tasting dental putty for minutes at a time. Yuck! Thankfully, we can now just scan the mouth quickly and comfortably to create a perfect digital impression in a matter of minutes, all while saving time and not making a mess.
VaTech Pano Digital X-Rays®
Digital X-rays offer several advantages compared to traditional film: they take just seconds to develop, capture much clearer images, and emit up to 90% less radiation as well. Even better, with VaTech Pano X-rays, we can look at your entire smile in one cohesive image, giving us a deeper understanding of your dental anatomy and how the different structures relate to one another. This can help us detect problems and come up with solutions that often wouldn’t be obvious just using a traditional X-ray.