Dr. Wei’s office uses modern and well-proven technology to provide the best care in the most efficient way possible. It includes:
- Paperless virtual charts – no paper clutter, centralized patient information stored with security
- Digital radiography – significant reduction in exposure radiation and increase in image quality
- Intra-oral camera, digital SLR camera – accurate documentation, facilitating communication, diagnosis, and treatment planning
- Operating microscope – ultra high magnification assisting detailed, complicated cases with precision
- Nobel Biocare Procera CAD-CAM laser scanner – precise virtual planning and milling of customized dental implant abutments, sub-structures, bars and other components
- Ostell implant ISQ – verification of implant stability, assessment for immediate load of implants
- Erkoform 3D thermoforming unit – European technology in creating durable, biocompatible and functional night guard within shorter time than with traditional techniques
- Porcelain furnace/pressing furnace – customization of ceramic shade, in-office ability to fabricate highly esthetic restorations
- Sterisil water purifying disinfection system – a system to ensure the highest quality of water used for treating patients
- Tuttnauer distiller – the highest quality distilled water made daily
- Centralized filtering system – tap water in the office is filtered
- Electric Handpieces – quality instruments to provide superior care
- Digital Communication – email and text confirmations
Great precautions are taken to protect every patient with strict infection control protocols. All staff members use standard infection controls and sanity practices to keep the office a clean and safe environment. The office complies with Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
General practices include disinfectant hand soap, gloves, mask, clean countertops, individually wrapped instrument cassettes, etc. All reusable equipment and instruments are sterilized with an autoclave machine, which is a device that kills bacteria and viruses by steam, heat, and pressure and is considered the best infection control practice. When available, disposable materials are used to avoid cross-contamination.