Dental Technology

Dr. Howard Perlmutter uses the most advanced dental technology for all of our treatments and procedures. We are dedicated to delivering the highest quality oral care, and advanced technology is critical to the dental experience you deserve.

Our Dental Technology

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At Oradell Family Dental, we have invested in dental technology specifically designed to help us view your mouth thoroughly and address issues that may not be visible on the surface. Some of these advanced dental tools include:

  • Digital radiographs (X-rays) – Digital radiographs enable us to view your dental X-rays as soon as they have been taken. They also use lower levels of radiation, making them safer.
  • Intraoral cameras – At Oradell Family Dental, we use high-definition intraoral cameras for early detection and accurate representation of dental conditions. An intraoral camera is essential for diagnosis and education as it enables us to fully document our patients’ overall oral health.
  • Patient education systems – Patient Education Systems are a valued service and are used to help patients when they have any questions about their service or procedure.

Advanced dental technology cannot replace the experience and passion of a dentist who has undergone intensive study to provide excellent diagnostics and care to his patients. But advanced dental technology can assist a dentist who is passionate about whole mouth health in finding and caring for small dental issues before they become big dental problems.

Please contact our cosmetic dentist today to schedule your consultation with one of the most advanced dental offices serving Dumont, Oradell, Bergenfield, Haworth, Paramus and Bergen County, New Jersey.

Location Map: 555 Kinderkamack Road Oradell, NJ 07649
Location Map: 555 Kinderkamack Road Oradell, NJ 07649

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