Advanced Dental Technology – Farmington Hills, MI

Embracing Modern Technology for the Best Results

At Radiant Dental, our team understands the importance of staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in our field, which is why our office is equipped with modern dental technology in Farmington Hills. Our cone beam CT scanner, digital impression system, and intraoral camera allow us to provide more detailed and precise care, ensuring that no stone goes left unturned during your dental procedures and checkups. They also help streamline each visit, as they’re incredibly efficient and effective instruments.

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

C T cone beam dental scanning technology standing against white wall

Our cone beam CT scanner, or CBCT for short, is an amazing piece of technology that is able to capture a detailed 3D blueprint of the entire facial structure. In it, our dentists are able to view your jawbone density as well as the location of your sinuses and facial nerves. It especially comes in handy during more complex treatments, like dental implant placement, TMJ treatment, and root canal treatment.

Digital Dental Impressions

Dentist taking digital impressions of a dental patient

In the past, dental impressions would be taken using gag-inducing putty. Today, we offer a more modern, comfortable, and precise method with our digital impression system. Similar to our intraoral camera, this handheld device has a sensor on the end of it that we can move around the mouth to create a detailed impression of your teeth and gums. We can then send this off to our dental laboratory to craft precisely-fitted restorations, prosthetics, and oral appliances.

Intraoral Camera

Dental team member holding thin white intraoral camera

Our intraoral camera is a small, hand-held device with a lens on the tip of it that we can maneuver around your mouth to capture still images and live video footage. With it, we’re able to provide you with a visual reference of any diagnoses we make, helping us better explain our treatment recommendations. By using these high-quality images for patient education, we’re able to better inform our patients of the why’s and how’s of our care and recommendations.


Dentist looking at scan of patient's teeth on screen

Previously, taking impressions of your teeth for restorations or orthodontic treatment required odd-tasting dental putty, which was not a favorite among patients. Fortunately, there’s an equally as effective but much more pleasant alternative: our iTero digital scanner. With this advanced piece of dental technology, we can capture highly detailed images of your teeth and bite quicker than ever.