Revolutionizing Comfort with Technology

“Technology has really revolutionized dentistry and it’s made things possible that just weren’t possible five, ten, or fifteen years ago. One of the things we use every day is a cone beam 3D, so we can take 3-dimensional x-rays of your jaw. This is especially important for implant dentistry.”
‑ Dr. Derrick Johnson

We believe it’s important to be on the cutting edge of technology at Integrated Dentistry so that we can give our patients even more treatment options. With the use of the latest technology available in dental care, we can provide the utmost comfort, the best outcomes, and the most precision for faster recovery and better case planning.

Dental Sedation

Sedation dentistry is an excellent treatment for patients with extensive dental needs, or who are concerned about anxiety, difficulty getting numb, or sensitive teeth. We offer three levels of sedation depending on our patient’s needs from a gentle laughing gas, oral sedation, or IV sedation for those who have a severe aversion to dental procedures, or a complex case.

3D Cone Beam X‑Rays

The 3D Cone Beam imaging system allows our practice to generate accurate 3D imagery of your jaw, mouth and teeth with much more detail than traditional x-rays and to measure bone density, which is essential for placing dental implants.

Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry is a highly-effective, gentle way to treat gum disease, remove bacteria, and re-contour gum lines after cosmetic dentistry. Laser dentistry is a more comfortable, accurate way to produce excellent results.

Instead of using conventional approaches, we use dental lasers which reduces healing time. The laser is literally disinfecting and sterilizing the area where we’re working so its a much cleaner procedure. Many laser procedures can be done without anesthesia, so no shots are needed!

Existing patients call: (479) 250-4473

Dr. Johnson uses the latest in dental technology

Carolee Put off Getting Her Smile, But She Loves her New Teeth

“I know people are going to notice my teeth. I’m excited that I will feel comfortable smiling again. People want to live smiling.” ‑ Carolee

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