Dental technology continues to evolve which is why as a practice we have a plan to evaluate and continually invest in new technology. Beyond the technology is the education…. Dr. Brooks is a lifelong learner, who attends study groups with other dentists and specialists to discuss challenging cases, and learn form other doctors. She also attends numerous courses throughout the year, at the University of Pacific, UCSF and more.

Digital x-rays

Digital x-rays reduce by around 75% the amount of ionizing radiation our patients are exposed to, they are clearer and easier to read and share with specialists, so that your care is streamlined and efficient.

Intraoral Scanning

We use intraoral scanning to take most of our dental impressions. This technology is 90% more accurate than traditional putty impressions, it takes 4000 photos per second, and uses LIDAR to measure every facet of your mouth. It is more comfortable than a traditional impression, but most importantly, the restorations created from the digital scan are better fitting, for better long term results.

Intra oral Camera

The intra oral camera is a great tool to let you see what we see. We find that this is one of the most valuable means of communication and education for our patients, to help you understand any given diagnosis.

Electric Handpieces

These are the quietest and most precise instruments for tooth preparation on the market- leading to better, quieter restorations.

Activa Restorative material

Our first choice restorative material, this is the first “bioactive” restorative material that works with the body’s own pH cycle to remineralize tooth structure. (see for more information

Laser therapy

We use intraoral laser therapy to treat a range of conditions, from shortening the healing time for oral ulcers to reducing the bacterial load and inflammation in periodontal disease.