Many patients recall the small hand mirror a dentist used to show the patient the inside of his or her mouth. This left patients dependent on their dentists to tell them what was happening inside their mouth. However, the intraoral camera allows Scottsdale, AZ dentists, Dr. Rod Gore and Dr. Whitney Sebree, to show patients the exact nature of the issues that require attention. This shift from explanation to demonstration has proven to be an invaluable asset to both dentists and patients. The intraoral camera is extremely small and placed inside of the mouth, where images are taken and transmitted to a monitor in real-time, allowing Dr. Gore and Dr. Sebree to view the condition of the mouth together, with the patient.
"Just visited Shawna at Dr. Gore's office. Been working with her for nearly 10 years and she has made an incredible difference with my oral health."- D.B. / Yelp / Sep 20, 2016
"I had a dental emergency at Sunday night. One of my veneers popped off and it looked terrible!i called the emergency dentist and arranged to be seen at 7:00am the next morning. They were very friendly and kind people. I was out in thirty minutes! I'm definitely switching to Dr Gore. He is the best scottsdale dentist!"- J. / Healthgrades / Aug 15, 2017
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"Dr. Gore has been my dentist for over 20 years. I recently had a broken tooth that needed repair. They got me in promptly, diagnosed my problem and put in a crown; all in the same visit! I enjoyed "VIP care" from an excellent dentist and staff. Felt great after treatment. Thanks to Dr. Gore and staff for a great experience!"- J.D. / Google / Jul 24, 2017
"The staff greets you promptly as you walkin the door super polite and friendly, they go out of their way to assist you in every way possible. while in the waiting room they provide you with tea, coffe and cold water, however I did not have to wait they took me in exactly at my specified appt time. My teeth whitening experience was very pleasant perfromed by a new dental assistant at the office she has only been working there for 1 month and you could not tell. She is very well trained and made me feel at ease during the entire experience. I was very impressed by the entire staff, and the office is beautiful clean and comfortable. What a pleasant experience."- M.C. / Google / May 29, 2017
What to Expect
A flexible video camera, roughly the diameter of a pen, instantly transmits live video of a patient’s mouth to a full-color, high-definition video monitor. The magnification power of the device permits unrivaled clarity, even at very close range, which results in a better diagnosis and more effective treatment. Dr. Gore and Dr. Sebree then walk a patient through each issue and explain potential strategies to help resolve them. The whole process is painless with a patient experiencing no discomfort. Plus, it’s quick and simple for Dr. Gore and Dr. Sebree to perform.
What are the Benefits?
Hearing about your dental issues is one thing, but seeing them is something entirely different. With the intraoral camera, you are better informed, where you can see what’s going on with your own eyes. This allows you to be more empowered and involved in your treatment plan. In one sense, the intra-oral camera is responsible for moving our patients from passive observation to active participation. In short, our intraoral cameras allow you to see what we see, helping us to diagnose dental issues much earlier than ever before and allowing you to become your own dentist.
Plan Your Procedure
If you haven’t yet experienced the advantages of an intraoral camera, let Dr. Rod Gore and Dr. Whitney Sebree open your eyes to the future of patient-centered dentistry. Not only can you see inside your own mouth with clarity unlike anything you’ve ever seen, but you are involved in your own treatment. To learn more, call our office to set up a consultation to learn all the facts about the intraoral camera.