At Beale & Cullen Dental, we stay on top of the latest developments and training to continually provide our patients with the highest-quality dentistry available. Dr Richard Beale and Dr Louisa Cullen consistently attend regular training courses and certifications to stay at the leading edge of the dental field.

Any time we can improve the care we provide by implementing new technology, we see it as an investment in the most important part of our practice – you.

Here are some of the ways technology improves the dentistry you receive at Beale & Cullen Dental.

CEREC Crowns

Dr Richard Beale and Dr Louisa Cullen have offered CEREC one-visit crowns in our practice for over ten years. This system allows us to use digital impressions to create accurate ceramic crowns in our clinic in a single visit, eliminating the wait for your permanent restoration that using a dental lab requires and letting you leave on the same day with your final restoration.

CEREC crowns look natural and are a durable solution to repair broken or severely decayed teeth.

Intraoral Camera

Educating our patients on their oral health and treatment options helps them make informed decisions that support healthy, beautiful smiles. Our handheld intraoral camera is small but produces powerful images that we can show you right on our treatment room monitors.

Using our intraoral camera, we can show you what Dr Beale and Dr Cullen see when they look inside your mouth.

Digital X-Rays

Digital x-rays have improved dental diagnostics by leaps and bounds by providing our dentists with sharp, accurate images to diagnose dental issues such as decay in the earliest stages possible. They also emit 80 per cent less radiation than traditional film x-rays.

Your safety is the most important aspect of your care, and we are proud to offer this modern, innovative way to protect your smile.

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