Ventura, CA Minimally Invasive Dentistry and tooth preservation.

Research suggests that while the most common reason clients require root canals is a lack of proper dental hygiene, some root canals may be required as a result of certain dental procedures. In response, the Anacapa Dental Art Institute has updated several of its standard treatments to ensure that they are minimally invasive, to reduce or eliminate this risk.

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While the Anacapa Dental team has always worked to make every procedure as minimally invasive as possible, the latest updates include using a range of advanced tools and diagnostic equipment which are not available at most dental clinics. This includes a full in-house lab, touchless dental impressions, and laser treatments that can help to improve client recovery times.

By combining updated techniques, surgical procedures, and advanced technology, the dental team has been able to reduce the chances of clients requiring a root canal as a result of problematic repairs or repeated procedures. This minimally invasive procedures such as inlays and inlays rather than crowns to restore broken teeth.

The Anacapa Dental team can also use innovative laser dentistry techniques to treat gum disease, eliminate harmful bacteria, or reshape a client’s gumline. While these laser-based techniques can have significant benefits in terms of healing times and safety, they also reduce the risk of damage which could lead to deep decay, and eventually to root canals.

Using their in-house lab, the team is also able to provide several types of “touchless” scans of their clients’ teeth. This includes digital X-rays which are known to produce less damaging radiation than the traditional option, intraoral cameras that provide digital images, and a scanner that replaces the need for dental impressions.

While the dental team makes every attempt to maintain and protect their client’s teeth, in some cases, a root canal may still be required, often due to poor dental hygiene at home. In these situations, clients can choose between three different forms of sedation to ensure a painless visit while one of their experts cleans, repairs, and seals the damaged tooth.

More information about the Anacapa Dental Art Institute’s advanced technology, in-house lab, and minimally invasive techniques can be found at

Anacapa Dental Art Institute

2821 N Ventura Rd

United States

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