Dental Technology in Lake Leelanau, MI

At Lisa Siddall DDS, our Lake Leelanau dentists use the latest dental technology to improve your experience as a patient.

We are committed to providing all of our patients with the best dental care using state-of-the-art dental technology.

Contact us today to schedule your appointment or call us directly at (231) 256-9142. Continue reading to learn more!

Lake Leelanau Dental Technology

CEREC Same-Day Dentistry

Our same day dentists can use CEREC to create and place your dental crown in one appointment. This means that you don’t have to deal with the hassle of a temporary tooth cover and second appointment. We also use CEREC to create dental bridges, veneers, inlays, and onlays.

BIOLASE Soft & Hard Tissue Laser

A dental laser cauterizes as it cuts to decrease pain, invasiveness, and recovery time. We’re able to use laser dentistry to treat periodontal disease, cold sores, and more. Our dentists even use dental lasers to detect cavities as soon as possible.

Drill-Free Fillings

Our dentists can sometimes use a dental laser to remove cavities without drilling. This means that you won’t have to hear the sound of drilling during your next appointment.

CariVu™ Cavity Detection

During your appointment, our holistic dentists use CariVu transillumination to detect cavities, cracked teeth, and other issues that compromise oral health. Like the name suggests, transillumination works by lighting up your tooth so we’re able to see damage not visible to the naked eye. Transillumination is noninvasive and doesn’t expose you to radiation.

The Wand® Anesthesia

The Wand is a single tooth anesthesia delivery system that eliminates the need for uncomfortable injections. With an extremely small needle, The Wand numbs specific areas for a more comfortable procedure.

Tekscan™ Pressure Indicating Device

Instead of using old-fashioned articulating paper, we use Tekscan equipment to evaluate your bite relationship. Tekscan offers advanced bite pressure indication to show the areas where your teeth hit together as you bite down. It is one of the most accurate ways for us to assess your occlusion.