At Belleville and Tweed Dental care, our dentists offer dental technologies to help educate patients and create custom prosthetics, such as Invisalign aligners and dental crowns.
Small town personality, big city technology.
Drs. Ken Madison and Robert Weinstein are passionate about dental equipment and technology.
At Belleville Dental Care, you’ll receive a 3-D x-ray so we can get a full picture of your dental health and complete procedures with precision. Our cone beam machine is also low-dose in radiation to help ensure the comfort for our patients.
The OraVital® System allows us to identify and treat infections that cause cavities and gum disease. Along with antibiotics or oral rinses, the OraVital® System can help control gum disease in most patients in as little as four weeks. Learn more »
Another one of our cutting-edge equipment pieces is the CEREC machine. Instead of doing impressions manually, our patients do them digitally. You can also get a crown milled (in the very same day) to avoid multiple visits.
We've all heard about 3D printers, but did you know that our 3D printer can create dentures? Eliminate the headache of normal denture creation with our effortless process through Pala Digital Dentures. That means less wait time, less recurring visits, and more time for you to smile.
Straighten your teeth without bending your lifestyle. Our partnership with ClearCorrect enables our patients to invisibly align teeth without the hassle of braces. Contact us to see if you're a candidate.
A small light with lots of power. Used independently or in tandem with X-rays, Carivu Dexis' transillumination technology helps identify problem areas in your teeth. It's precise light allows us to see through the tooth so that we can take quick action if needed. With Carivu Dexis, we can see the light—literally!
One thing is for certain: We carry the latest and greatest in dental technology.
Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF)
For some, extractions are unavoidable (although we try our darnedest to avoid them)! We use PRF technology to help with the healing process. The process is simple: A small sample of blood is taken, spun in a high-tech machine, and then inserted into the extraction cavity to create a plug. Since your body recognizes the biochemistry, there's minimal resistance to healing properly. It's highly effective while being low risk, so naturally we love this method.