Sebastopol Dental Care is committed to providing the very best comprehensive, preventative, and restorative dental care services to residents of Sebastopol and the surrounding areas. Our thorough and personalized approach is centered around finding out what’s best for your family’s dental health. Dr. Patel and his team of caring and family-friendly professionals are here to make your visits a regular and enjoyable part of life.
Dr. Patel is the only dentist in Sebastopol who uses surgical operating microscopy to better serve patients. This minimally invasive approach, utilized by less than 1% of general dentists due to the extensive training it requires, allows him to see teeth up close and more clearly. The magnified view makes it possible to detect early signs of tooth decay.
Surgical operating microscopes bring increased precision and accuracy to dental treatments, resulting in better results and more conservative treatment.
Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) dentistry utilizes minimally invasive digital imaging technology to make dental restorations easier than ever. Metal-free restorations and same-day crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, and bridges are made possible with this technology. The advanced digital imaging ensures precise results.
Dr. Patel uses CAD/CAM technology to make your life a little simpler by reducing office visits and overall procedure time. Dental health shouldn’t be a hassle.
Intraoral cameras are tiny digital cameras that fit comfortably in your mouth. They enable Dr. Patel to show you an enlarged image of your tooth on a computer screen. This helps highlight details that may be missed during standard mirror examinations. Dr. Patel can also use these photos when working on dental restoration to match the shades of your teeth perfectly.
Intraoral cameras help Dr. Patel provide thorough and effective dental treatment and create beautiful smiles. They also allow patients to see dental progress up close.
Dr. Patel uses digital X-rays to observe your teeth and look for signs of tooth decay, disease, and gum recession. The digital X-rays we use emit 90% less radiation and provide images much more quickly than traditional film X-rays. Patients can view images of their teeth and discuss any concerns with Dr. Patel immediately after their X-rays are taken.
Additionally, no harsh chemicals are required to develop digital X-rays. This makes them a much better choice for our environment than traditional X-rays.