Dental Care for the 21st Century

If you haven’t been to a dentist in a while, you may be pleasantly surprised to see some of the advances in dental technology since your last visit. We no longer have to put film in your mouth then wait for it to develop to see your X-rays. Digital X-ray technology lets us see high-resolution pictures of your mouth instantly on a computer screen. We also have a tiny intraoral camera that enables us to see and record everything in your mouth easily and painlessly. Lasers are now used to treat periodontal disease and other gum issues. It’s easier and more hygienic than previous methods of treatment. These are just some of the amazing new technologies at Muse Dental Studio.

Our forward-thinking approach means you’ll always receive the best treatment modern dentistry has to offer. We invite you to schedule an appointment today. After all, don’t you deserve the best and most advanced care a dentist can provide?

Intraoral Camera

Our Intraoral Camera is so small you can hardly tell the difference between it and a pen. It fits comfortably in your mouth and can produce high-resolution images of your teeth and gums that display right next to you on a computer screen. With it, our doctors (and you) can get a much better look at what is going on inside your mouth. We can show you exactly where any problem or point of concern is and discuss the “how” and “whys” of potential treatments. Using the camera makes it so much easier for the patient to understand what the dentist sees and ensures both are on the same page regarding treatment.

Digital X-Rays

Since the arrival of Digital X-rays, we’ve been able to save our patients time while also giving them more peace of mind. As you know, X-rays enable us to see beneath the surface of the teeth and gums, where many dental problems show their earliest signs. Digital X-rays are much sharper and show more detail than traditional film X-rays and they take a lot less time. The big news, though, is that they cut down on radiation exposure by up to 90%, which is far better for patients and staff.

CT / Cone Beam Scanner

If you watch medical shows on TV, you probably know what a CT Scan is. You may even have had one done to some part of your body by a doctor. Now, CT scanning is available to dental professionals too!

Our state-of-the-art CT/Cone Beam Scanner is one of the most useful tools we have. First of all, it takes a 3D digital picture model of a patient’s teeth, gums, and surrounding soft tissues, and since CT scanners are better at showing soft tissue than simple X-rays, it gives us much more information and helps us design extremely precise treatment plans. This is particularly important for more complex procedures like dental implants. With the CT/Cone Beam Scanner, we can know the perfect areas within the jawbone to place the implants, making sure a patient’s new smile will last a lifetime.

Soft Tissue Laser Dentistry

If you’re used to thinking of lasers as something only scientists use in labs, you may be surprised to learn that laser technology has been adapted and is now used to make dramatic improvements in dentistry. Lasers are now so common in dental treatment that we use them pretty much every day in our office.

Our Soft Tissue Laser, which is just about the size of a pen, emits an extremely concentrated beam of light that targets and eliminates gum disease in a much less invasive way than previous treatment methods. Another advantage of the laser is that it cauterizes and sanitizes the tissue as it goes. This is not just a more hygienic way to treat gum disease, it also tremendously reduces bleeding, swelling, and discomfort. The patient feels almost no pain and can remain comfortable throughout the procedure.


You’ve probably heard someone referring to their “bite” being off. Dentists call that occlusion. Having poor occlusion can lead to jaw pain, teeth grinding, and other issues. When evaluating occlusion, it’s important to be very precise. That’s why Muse Dental Studio uses T-Scan technology, a modern assessment tool that can pinpoint important factors like overall force and timing. Proper occlusion is key to making dental restorations last. T-Scan can also help diagnose and treat TMJ pain and bruxism.

Cavity Detection System

The smaller the cavity, the easier and less expensive it is to treat. That’s why it’s so important to spot tooth decay as early as possible. Thanks to our Cavity Detection System, we no longer have to guess where cavities are hiding. We don’t need to poke and prod a patient’s teeth, which can be very uncomfortable. Our small camera sends out a beam of light that bounces off tooth enamel and tells us the thickness of enamel by the color of the reflected light. We can easily pinpoint the problem area and treat the tooth right away before things get worse, saving you time and money.


Many people avoid the dentist because they are afraid. Will it hurt? Will I be able to deal with the pain? Even though modern dentistry practices have relieved a lot of the pain that used to be associated with dental procedures, some people still become anxious about undergoing even a minor procedure. At Muse Dental Studio, our patients’ comfort is our number one priority. We offer Sedation via an IV, which is a very safe, proven way to help patients achieve a calmer, more comfortable state during their visit.

Dr. Quaddoura, a highly trained anesthesiologist, can administer sedation via a small needle inserted into a vein. This is called intravenous sedation. If you have had blood drawn for tests or have donated blood, you know how quickly and easily an IV can be inserted. Dr. Quaddoura stays with the patient through the entire procedure, carefully monitoring and adjusting the dosage if needed. Although the patient is not fully asleep, they are in a state of complete relaxation and are often much less aware of the procedure being performed. They complete their visit fully awake and alert, having felt no, or almost no, pain at all.


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