Our practice is OPEN for Dental Emergencies. We are booking all non-emergency procedures after April 6th. To schedule a consultation, please contact our team
We will continue to monitor the situation as it develops, and we will closely follow the advice of local health care leaders, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and the World Health Organization (WHO). You can participate in the fight against the spread of COVID-19 by washing your hands for 20 seconds or more, avoiding touching your face, and staying home if you feel sick. We are confident that we will get through this in good health and high spirits, and we look forward to seeing our clients again in the near future. To stay in touch with our team, send us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Dr. Kevin Trotter utilizes some of the most advanced dental technology at Dentistry at the Heights in Brooklyn Heights, NY, in order to provide patients with the highest level of care. Advanced imaging tools allow us to identify the early signs of problems with incredible accuracy, while soft-tissue lasers and other tools help us provide precise treatments with minimal discomfort. To learn more about how you can benefit from our state-of-the-art dental technology, schedule an appointment today.
In order to create highly accurate treatment plans, we first perform thorough diagnoses by utilizing state-of-the-art imaging equipment. We choose to feature digital dental x-rays because they involve less radiation exposure than traditional film types and create a more precise image that can be viewed instantly. We can also combine digital x-rays with cone beam scans to create incredibly detailed 3-D images of your teeth, jaw, and oral structures.
Along with diagnostic tools, we also utilize cutting-edge technology to ensure the safety of our patients and achieve optimal outcomes during treatments.
Furthermore, we can use tiny intraoral cameras to inspect individual teeth up-close, or use our DIAGNOdent® device to detect decay at its earliest stages. If you will be undergoing an Invisalign® treatment, our iTero® scanner will help to ensure that your aligner trays have an incredibly precise and comfortable fit.
Along with diagnostic tools, we also utilize cutting-edge technology to ensure the safety of our patients and achieve optimal outcomes during treatments. Unlike many other practices, Dentistry at the Heights features an in-office CEREC® (chairside economical restoration of esthetic ceramics) system. This system allows us to create custom restorations in our office and provide same-day veneers and dental crowns in many cases.
If you will be undergoing a dental implants treatment, we will identify the strongest locations in your jaw and place the implants using computer-guided technology. Rather than using a scalpel to perform periodontal treatments, we instead use a soft-tissue laser. The high power of the laser can eradicate bacteria and diseased tissue to address gum disease. The tool also seals off blood vessels, which helps to minimize swelling and post-treatment discomfort. If excessive gum tissue is detracting from the appearance of your teeth, our doctors can use the soft-tissue laser to perform gum contouring and create a beautiful frame for your smile.
Your lifelong dental health is our top priority at Dentistry at the Heights. However, we also work hard to make visits as easy and comfortable as possible. While you are in the dental chair, you can relax and watch Netflix or listen to Pandora® radio through noise-canceling headphones. Our administrative team also utilizes a paperless system. This method will make it easier to schedule your appointments, obtain your health records, and transfer any relevant information to specialists or your general physician.
Dr. Trotter — along with a talented team — work together to realize a shared vision of uncompromising excellence in dentistry. To find out how our state-of-the-art tools can enhance your care, reach out to our practice today.
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