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Advanced Technology - Shreveport, LA

Better Treatment Through Technology

Our Ongoing Investment in Your Dental Health

Advanced dental technologies are the core of results-driven dentistry and a better overall patient experience. They’re what empowers us to provide safer, faster, less invasive, and more effective treatment options for you. Dr. Jack O’Neill is making an ongoing investment to bring an expanding array of technology into our Shreveport, LA office. With tools ranging from low-radiation imaging equipment to advanced but completely natural healing protocols we can improve and protect your dental health today and for many years to come. We’re always looking ahead to stay out in front of any issues you may encounter, no matter how complex.

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How Advanced Dental Technology Benefits You

  • More accurate diagnoses
  • Less invasive procedures
  • More precise, predictable outcomes
  • Shorter treatment and recovery time
  • More efficient appointments
  • Better understanding of your treatment

Expertise to Match Our Technology

Protecting your dental health requires two major elements. One is advanced dental technology and the other is extensive expertise. Dr. O’Neill has the training and experience to provide everything from routine exams to complex dental procedures. A board-certified periodontist, Dr. O’Neill has completed years of specialized training beyond dental school and today continues to expand his knowledge with up to 40 hours of supplementary training courses every year. He is a proud diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. He has shared his expertise as an adjunct faculty member of the Augusta University Department of Periodontics. With his extensive credentials and the advanced dental technologies at his disposal, you can expect nothing but top-notch treatment.

Our Technology

PRGF occur naturally in your blood and can help you recover more quickly and smoothly after surgery. We withdraw a small sample of your blood, spin it in a centrifuge to isolate the PRGF layer of blood, then introduce a concentrated form of it into the surgical site during bone grafting and other procedures.  

Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) produces high-resolution 3D images of your mouth while exposing you to a tiny dose of radiation compared to traditional CT machines. These images help us plan for optimal dental implant placement.

This compact, wand-like camera enables us to take high-quality, close-up images of the interior of your mouth, which not only allows us to provide highly precise, effective treatment for a number of conditions, it also allows you to see and better understand your own dental health issues.

Digital x-rays give us a full picture of what’s going on beneath your teeth and gums. With this technology we can take high-definition x-rays that show us everything we need to see almost instantly while giving you a fraction of the radiation exposure of conventional x-rays.

This laser technology eliminates the need for a scalpel and sutures and minimizes pain during gum disease treatment. This dental laser both performs the function of a scalpel and instantly destroys bacteria while leaving adjacent healthy tissue untouched.

You deserve modern dental care!