Technology is changing the face of modern dentistry — and Huntline Dental Group is on the forefront. We’ve invested in the latest advanced technology and equipment to support our mission and better serve our patients.

Benefits of Huntline Dental Technology

We can offer you the latest and greatest procedures available on the market today, from general dentistry to advanced surgery and tooth replacement technology. You’ll receive fast, efficient, pain-free procedures with quicker recovery, fewer appointments, and lower costs.

Digital X-Rays

X-rays are a standard part of dental care; they help us identify problems that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Traditional dental x-rays can be bulky and uncomfortable, so we’ve equipped our office with the latest digital x-ray technology.

A Better, More Effective Image with Less Discomfort

Digital x-rays are more effective – they take a better picture and enable us to see more detail. Our patients appreciate that our digital x-rays are faster, easier and more comfortable. In addition, they reduce overall radiation exposure.


When we need images beyond a digital x-ray, we use our CBCT technology to create a 3D image of your teeth, gums, and other soft tissues.

CBCT stands for “cone beam computed tomography” and helps us make a diagnosis, examine bone structure, plan oral surgery, and accurately place dental implants.

An accurate diagnosis is the root of all success when treating patients. CBCT is the tool that many times provides the information for that diagnosis.

What to Expect with CBCT

Imaging with CBCT is similar to digital x-ray. You’ll be asked to sit or stand while a device rotates around your head taking images from all angles. The entire process takes 30 seconds, and radiation is a fraction of traditional x-rays.

If you’re considering implants or dentures – schedule your free consultation (CBCT and digital x-ray included!) to learn more about how CBCT can benefit you.

Intra-oral Camera

The more detailed the imaging, the better we can diagnose and treat your teeth. Our digital intra-oral camera lets us quickly and easily take high quality photos inside your mouth. The dentist uses these images to examine and evaluate your teeth and soft tissues.

Seeing photos from our intra-oral camera allows you to see what the dentist sees. You’ll have a better understanding of the condition of your teeth and our treatment plan.

Ceramill Motion 2

Here at Huntline Dental Group, we’ve equipped our office with the latest imaging and computer-aided design technology to support or practice’s focus on tooth restorations and dental implants. Now, we can manufacture those restorations right in our office with Ceramill Motion 2.

How Ceramill Motion 2 Works

Ceramill Motion 2 is an advanced mill that connects with our CEREC computer software to manufacture tooth restorations, from crowns to full prosthetics.

On-Site Milling and You

Many local area dentists send imaging to a separate dental laboratory to create tooth replacements, which adds time and expense. Having Ceramill Motion 2 lets us quickly and precisely manufacture tooth replacements with the precision of a professional lab for natural teeth or implants.

Take the next step towards a beautiful smile. Schedule your free consultation with us today!

Laser Surgery

Without proper care and cleaning, the bacteria in your mouth can cause your gums to become inflamed and infected, also known as gum disease. Gum disease can be painless – you may not even know you have it. Without treatment, gum disease can lead to tooth loss.

If you have bleeding gums, receding gums, persistent bad breath, or loose teeth, you may have gum disease (also called periodontal disease). We recommend regular dental exams to check for gum disease.

Treatment for Mild Gingivitis

If you have gingivitis, a mild form of gum disease, then better brushing and flossing along with regular dental cleanings can likely restore your gum health.

Treatment for Advanced Gum Disease: Laser Surgery

If gum disease has progressed, you may benefit from treatment with laser surgery. We can perform laser surgery for periodontal disease right in our office.

After numbing the area, the hygienist will use a laser to precisely remove the inflamed gum tissue and scrape off plaque near the root of the tooth. Treatment with the laser stimulates blood flow to the area and causes a healing reaction.

Laser surgery for gum disease is painless and can be done without a general anesthetic. Schedule a consultation to learn more about laser treatment for gum disease.

One of the ways to treat this gum disease is with the use of Laser Surgery with a dental laser system

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