Wagner Dental stays on the forefront of dental tech in order to provide the best service to the people of Las Vegas, Nevada. The advances in dental technology allow the team to provide an experience that is comfortable and convenient. Here are some of the most impressive advances in dentistry available at Wagner Dental:
If you have crooked, overlapped or gapped teeth, come talk to us about the option of Invisalign® clear orthodontics. Invisalign® is a comfortable way to straighten your teeth without the inconvenience of bulky metal brackets.
With the CEREC CAD/CAM System, Dr. Wagner can produce lab-quality restorations in hours instead of days. With remarkable speed and accuracy, intuitive design software, on-site milling, and no impressions or powders, patients are amazed at how quickly their restorations can be made and placed. The result is a vastly improved restorative process that provides a comfortable and convenient experience.
Dental implants are a high-tech way to replace missing teeth. Implants are a stable and beautiful alternative to other restorative procedures. With the placement of a root implant, Dr. Wagner and his team can create a smile that looks and feels natural.
Wagner Dental is proud to offer ZOOM!® in office whitening. The in-office procedure can whiten teeth up to eight shades in a single visit! Come in for ZOOM!® whitening and take your smile from dull to dazzling.
Veneers are a popular way to rejuvenate your smile. If you have permanently stained, chipped or discolored teeth, the application of veneers will give you a straight, white smile in as little as two appointments.
Remember when dental impressions meant a mouthful of sour-tasting goop? Thanks to the revolutionary iTero® Element intraoral scanner, those messy molds are a thing of the past at Wagner Dental. With the capability to achieve a full-arch scan in as little as 60 seconds, our iTero scanner takes detailed digital impressions of teeth and gums without exposure to x-rays, discomfort, or guesswork when it comes to complete visualization of the desired outcome of your orthodontic or restorative dentistry procedure. You’ll see a precise 3D model of the mouth without ever leaving the dental chair.
Most people know what 3D means but may not realize that CBCT stands for cone beam computed tomography, an imaging technique in which divergent x-rays appear in a cone formation. CBCT been described as the gold standard for oral and maxillofacial imaging and has become an essential component for treatment planning and diagnosis of implant dentistry, orthodontics, root canal treatment, and other oral surgery procedures.