Advanced Technologies Ensure Optimal Results
Dr. Peter Pang and his team are dedicated to treating patients with advanced technologies and equipment. Our office is equipped with innovative equipment to achieve optimal results with both minimally-invasive and surgical procedures.
From CEREC same-day crowns to the advanced Erbium laser system for standard procedures, we can provide a high level of dental care for patients with our advanced dental technologies.
Functional Dentistry - treats the body as a whole.
Each tooth is related to an acupuncture meridian which is related to various organs, tissues, and glands on this particular meridian or "energy highway."
About 5000 years ago, the Chinese identified the meridian system. This is a series of channels running throughout the body. Our energy, or qi (chi), flows along these channels. These 14 channels carry energy into and affect every organ and physiological system, including immune, circulatory, respiratory, endocrine, digestive, skeletal, muscular and lymphatic systems. Dr. Pang received his certificate in Dental Acupuncture from the University Of San Francisco (UCSF) in 1993.
If you are experiencing a problem in one area, it’s worthwhile to look into what else might be happening along that same energetic channel. After all, you are not teeth……plus-your-other-body-parts. You are a single, unified whole.
CEREC same-day crowns are an attractive option for patients that have decayed or broken teeth. The CEREC system allows us to restore damaged teeth without the long wait times associated with traditional tooth restoration procedures. This state-of-the-art system ensures you can get the results you want in a single visit.
Digital X-rays are used instead of conventional film to capture a clear picture of your oral health. There are multiple benefits in using this system, such as shorter appointment times, faster turnaround times, and less exposure to radiation.
WaterLase uses laser energy to cut away the teeth, bone, and gum tissue without causing trauma to the mouth. The drill can help us achieve more predictable results when performing cosmetic procedures, periodontal therapies, cavity preparation treatments, or dental implant placements. WaterLase patients typically experience less discomfort during the post-treatment phase.