Our office evaluates new materials, techniques and equipment regularly to ensure our patients get the best treatment available.

We have invested in a new computer controlled anesthetic delivery system called The WAND®. This system allows us to administer a virtually pain-free injection because it automatically controls the flow and volume of anesthetic and delivers it at a very slow rate below the threshold of pain. It also delivers a drop of anesthetic ahead of the needle so an anesthetic pathway is created, further reducing any discomfort. The WAND® also allows us to administer anesthetic in such a way that in many cases we do not have to numb your lips or face—we only numb the individual teeth we are going to work on. NO MORE DROOPING LIPS OR NUMB FACE! Just think of it! You can have dental work done and resume your normal activities!

The whole process is very comfortable and stress-free. We have many rave reviews from patients who have experienced The WAND®. That is why we are letting all of our patients know about this new technology. We want to share the excitement!

If you are anxious or wary about injections; if you hate the discomfort involved; if you don’t look forward to the lingering numbness; if you are apprehensive about your next appointment; The WAND® is for you! It has made a difference for many patients already.

The WAND® is the latest addition in our continuing effort to bring the very best, most comfortable, stress-free 21st century technology to our dental practice and to you. Don’t hesitate, call us about The WAND® today. Please re-visit this page for new technologies coming to our office.

Canal Family Dentistry offers safe and effective take-home bleaching for enhanced in-office results, or as a cost-effective alternative to in-office bleaching.

Digital X-rays are a lower radiation alternative to conventional X-rays. We do not have to develop them so there is no waste water to the environment. This almost instantaneous image can be easily viewed on a 17″ screen by the patient, instead of the traditional small film. Coupled with actual pictures of the tooth using an intraoral camera, the patient finally gets to see what work needs to be done and why.