Wesley R. Davis, DDS
Hershey, Pennsylvania Dentist
  • Our experienced doctor and team are
    equipped to manage everything from
    a simple restoration to a very complex
    dental reconstruction.

Technology

We believe that the best way to ensure that our patients receive the highest quality dental care is by combining state-of-the-art treatments and technology with an old-fashioned personal approach. Our goal is to learn about and invest in updated technology that makes your treatment more efficient and comfortable and provides you with important oral health benefits.

BruxZir and e.max Crowns

BruxZir crowns are made using biocompatible medical-grade zirconia that is virtually indestructible, and e.max crowns are composed of high-strength lithium disilicate. Both types of crowns are more resistant to cracking, chipping, or breaking in the mouth, which makes them the perfect choice for those who may have worn down or broken their natural teeth because of the excessive force created by grinding or clenching. 

CAMLOG Dental Implant Placement

CAMLOG implants are ranked among the most modern and scientifically well-designed systems for implant placement. The use of CAMLOG implants has proven to be successful in more than 95 percent of all treatments. Using this system, Dr. Davis can plan precise placement of your dental implant, ensuring the best possible outcome.

Digital Radiography (X-Rays)

Digital x-rays are a state-of-the-art dental imaging system. As the name implies, images obtained through digital x-rays can be sent directly to our computer for storage. This allows us to display the images on an overhead monitor and share them with you so that you see what we see. When you can visualize the problem, you will be better able to understand your treatment and why it’s necessary.

There are several advantages to using digital x-rays compared to traditional x-rays that use film. For one thing, the software allows us to enhance and enlarge the image, allowing Dr. Davis to see even the tiniest changes, which might not be detected during a visual oral exam.

Digital images are also much safer for you because they reduce your exposure to radiation by 50-75% compared to traditional x-rays. Finally, digital imaging is better for the environment since it does not require the disposal of hazardous materials.