Intraoral Camera

Our prosthodontist, Dr. George Eifler, uses TRIOS intraoral cameras to assess your smile’s needs. This technology is not invasive and can help our team see your smile and evaluate its health in a better way. If you are interested in how we use intraoral cameras in Phoenix, Arizona, at Valley Dental Group, feel free to call our office at 602-956-2260. One of our team members would be happy to answer all of your questions.

An intraoral camera is a small, handheld device that is used to take pictures and video of the inside of patients’ mouths. This camera is useful for diagnosing dental problems and is often used in conjunction with other diagnostic tools, such as X-rays. It works by taking pictures or videos of the inside of the mouth that are displayed on a screen to be examined closely. An intraoral camera can be used for a variety of purposes, such as:

  • Diagnosing dental problems.
  • Monitoring the progress of dental treatment.
  • Educating patients about their oral health.
  • Helping patients to understand their treatment options.

An intraoral camera is a valuable tool that can be used to improve the accuracy of diagnosis and the quality of dental care. Intraoral cameras can be used to detect a wide variety of oral health problems, including cavities, gum disease, tooth decay and even oral cancer. In some cases, intraoral cameras can also be used to help plan dental treatments, such as braces or implants.

During your visit, talk to our prosthodontist about the types of dental tools he will use to diagnose the right treatment for you. Or give us a call to speak with a team member.