Our dentists offers a variety of technologies to assess all your dental needs. See our links for a brief explanation of each service or ask our staff - we'll be happy to answer any questions.
CFI E-ZJect Impression Syringe
A unique impression syringe invented by Dr. Fred Cameron, this device is an automatic spring-driven syringe that eliminates bubbles formed during crown impressions. E-ZJect syringes allow higher-quality dental crowns to be produced with less trial-and-error, time, and effort. Please feel free to email Dr. Cameron for further information or comments.
DEXIS Digital X Rays
DEXIS delivers innovative, high quality digital imaging solutions to the dental community. The DEXIS digital X-ray system, with its state-of-the art sensor and intuitive, easy-to-use imaging software, provides numerous benefits to you, your practice, and your patients. Please have a look around and see for yourself.
At the Cameron DDS offices, we use small cameras about the size of a pen, called intraoral cameras, to help clearly see the condition of your teeth and gums. Using this advanced technology we can zoom in on small diseased areas, cracks, chips and worn metal fillings with extreme precision. The full-color images taken with the intraoral camera are sent to a computer screen so we can clearly see and diagnose dental problems much earlier than with traditional dental technology. Because images are displayed on our screens, patients will also be able to see areas being worked on in real time and are able to gain a better understanding of dental procedures being performed.
Milestone Scientific Wand
The Milestone Scientific Wand enables all traditional and newer injections to be more comfortable and easier to perform, resulting in improved clinical outcomes for patients. The unique pen-like grasp, in combination with the feather-like weight of The Wand handpiece, produces unparalleled tactile control for every injection. Moreover, The Wand handpiece allows bi-directional rotation during injection, which prevents needle deflection that occurs with a traditional syringe. A straighter path results in a more accurate injection, meaning fewer missed injections and more rapid onset of medication.