At Precision Dental Care in Imperial, MO, you'll discover dental care at the highest level possible:
Technology, advanced training, and compassionate service blended perfectly together.
Dr. Ochoa carefully selects technologies proven to deliver the finest experience to their patients. This means comfortable procedures and predictable results. A winning formula, you'll find that contemporary dental care with Precision Dental Care leaves you smiling.
The complex structures of your jaw region can be difficult to decipher on flat, single dimension x-rays. But advanced 3D imaging brings an unprecedented ability to understand the conditions of your mouth like never before.
Digital technology continues to revolutionize dentistry, and we’re pleased to offer the benefits to you. Advanced software transforms simple scans of your teeth into stunning porcelain crowns and bridges. CAD/CAM technology delivers a remarkable number of solutions for your oral health.
Dr. Ochoa offers the Alpha-Stim unit treatments to help make patients as comfortable and relaxed as possible, during their dental visits. Ask for the Alpha-Stim treatment when you come in for your next dental visit and make the visit more relaxed and comfortable.
STA helps patients relax before, during, and after procedures. Beforehand, patients have confidence instead of anxiety; during treatment, they receive regulated medication to keep them comfortable; and afterwards, they can return to normal activity for the rest of the day.
Laser dentistry enables us to effectively and efficiently address our patients’ needs. For example, the DIAGNOdent cavity-detection laser shows areas prone to decay at the earliest stages. Another form of laser dentistry, our soft-tissue laser, allows our periodontist to correct damage from gum disease and to perform oral surgery procedures.
Microscopic enhanced dentistry (or microdentistry) allows Dr. Ochoa to see tiny details that are simply impossible to visualize with the naked eye or loupes, glasses with magnification in the lenses. Less than one percent of general dentists use microscopes to perform examinations.
Just as an engineer creates a model to ensure that a machine will work correctly, the dentist often fabricates a wax-up model of jaws and teeth when working on more complex restorative or cosmetic cases. By building an accurate model of your mouth, we can test prosthetics, veneers, and other dental work to ensure a proper fit.
Did you know that oral cancer steals the life of one American every hour? We don't hear much about oral cancer, but 35,000 patients will be diagnosed in 2008. Only half of patients diagnosed with oral cancer will survive longer than five years.