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Rolling Plains Dentistry
Your Quanah, TX and Vernon, TX Dentist


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Dental Technology


At Rolling Plains Dentistry we use leading-edge dental technology to provide you with safe, fast, and effective results!

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Digital X-ray


In the past, most dental professionals had to use the traditional x-ray systems, which require film development. These days, we use digital x-rays due to their many benefits. A digital x-ray is safer and much quicker than its film predecessor. If the image comes out blurry, we can instantly retake a new one. Digital x-rays are a crucial diagnostic tool that helps us gain a better understanding of the inner workings of your mouth, more specifically the teeth, roots, and alveolar bone.

Same Day Crowns


Dentist wearing a labcoat and gloves reaches out to touch a futuristic hologram of a toothDr. Kolar understands how valuable your time is, which is why we offer same-day dental crowns. This means we can prepare your tooth, take an impression, and fabricate your restoration, all within a single appointment.

Traditional dental crowns typically require multiple appointments for multiple procedures. The data we capture with our intraoral wand is wirelessly transferred to our computer system. We then use CAD/CAM software to design your crown "chairside" as you watch in real-time. Next, this information is sent to our milling unit, which transforms a single block of porcelain into your aesthetically-pleasing restoration.

Soft Tissue Laser


A soft tissue laser simultaneously cauterizes and cuts an incision in the tissue. For this reason, laser treatment may reduce bleeding, discomfort, and swelling both during and after your procedure. We may use a soft tissue laser to treat periodontal disease by removing the infected lining of the gum tissue. This allows for the regeneration of healthy tissue around the teeth. Soft tissue lasers are also effective for gum contouring and crown lengthening if you want to improve the aesthetics of your smile.

Cone Beam CT Scan (3D Imaging)


A cone beam CT scan is a diagnostic tool that produces a 3D representation of your teeth, gums, nerve pathways, and underlying bone structure within a single image. We typically utilize cone beam CT scans when a regular x-ray is not enough. Cone beam CT scans are ideal for surgical planning, the diagnosis of TMJ disorders and tumors, dental implants, and the evaluation of bone structure and tooth orientation.

3d Printer for Dental Impressions


Revolutionizing the landscape of traditional dental impressions, intraoral scanners paired with 3D printers offer a seamless and patient-friendly approach to crafting precise dental restorations. Intraoral scanners capture detailed images of the patient's teeth and oral structures with unparalleled accuracy, eliminating the discomfort of traditional impression materials. These digital impressions are then seamlessly translated into 3D models, allowing dental professionals to design and customize precise restorations with utmost precision. With the integration of 3D printing technology, these digital models can be swiftly transformed into physical dental prosthetics, crowns, bridges, and implants, streamlining the process and ensuring optimal fit and aesthetics. Embracing this innovative synergy between intraoral scanning and 3D printing, dental practices are ushering in a new era of efficiency, accuracy, and patient satisfaction in restorative dentistry.

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If you want the very best in professional dental care call 940-663-5353, and schedule your appointment today!
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