Rehoboth Beach DE Dentist Office

At Enhanced Dental Care, we are passionate about helping patients get the care they need. Dr. Jeffrey Cooper, Dr. Mark Schmidt, and Dr. Karl Zeren work with patients to address a variety of dental problems in our Rehoboth Beach, DE dental office. From routine dental care to replacing missing teeth, our team can help.

Our dentists have also continued their education to provide modern, high-quality treatment methods to their patients. These methods, along with new dental technologies, augment their years of experience in dentistry. Expanding their knowledge of dental care allows our dental team to provide a high level of care to patients of all ages.

About Our Office in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

Why Choose our Rehoboth Beach DE Dental Office?

The dentists at Enhanced Dental Care ensure that patients feel comfortable when they visit our office. We can easily accommodate patients with dental anxiety or a fear of the dentist. Our team knows it can be difficult for some patients to visit the dentist, especially on a regular basis. If you or a loved one have dental fear or anxiety, contact our office and we can work with you to ensure that you feel comfortable and relaxed at your next visit.

Our dentists provide patient care centered on the needs and goals of our patients. They take a patient-focused approach, taking the budget, history, goals, and needs of each patient into account to create custom treatment plans. Fully understanding the needs of our patients allows us to offer precise and efficient care.

Our Dental Technology

We use the latest in dental technology to easily diagnose and treat our patients. Here you can learn about each technology we use in our office below:

CEREC®

We use the CEREC Omnicam to digitally scan the teeth and gums. CEREC or Chairside Economical Restorations of Esthetic Ceramic allows us to create dental crowns for restorations in-office. Unlike other processes, CEREC does not use a powder coating. We can quickly scan the teeth with the Omnicam. Our digital scans create a full-color 3D model of the teeth and gums. We can distinguish different areas of the smile and subtle problems in the mouth using these models.

Then, we use CAD/CAM technology or computer-assisted design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) to create the restoration. A milling machine uses a model and a color-matched block of porcelain to mill the restoration.

Galileos Comfort Plus 3-D Scanner

This high-end scanner uses Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT). With this technology, we can take x-ray images of the teeth, gums, jaw, sinuses, and facial surface. It offers quick treatment and less radiation than a medical CT scan. We use this scanner to place implants, analyze the TMJ, and view impacted teeth.

Digital X-Rays

Compared to traditional x-rays, digital x-rays use 80% less radiation. Additionally, exposure to x-rays is cut by 90 percent. They create a clear picture of the entire mouth so we can easily diagnose dental problems. During treatment, we place a small sensor in the mouth. This sensor is connected to a computer. Then, the x-ray is sent through the sensor to record an image of the mouth. Digital x-rays create large, color-enhanced images.

Intraoral Cameras

Intraoral cameras are small handheld cameras that we use to show the patient their smile in real-time. This tool is valuable in patient education so we can show patients areas of the smile that require treatment.

Air Abrasion

As an alternative to dental drills, air abrasion provides a quieter and more comfortable way to treat teeth. We typically use air abrasion to provide root canal treatment and dental fillings to our patients.

Cavitron

We use a cavitron at regular dental cleanings. This tool uses high-frequency sound waves to clean the teeth and gums. The cavitron easily and comfortably removes plaque and tartar from the mouth.

Schedule a Dental Consultation Today

Contact our dental office for treatment today at (302) 306-5179. Feel free to ask us any remaining questions you have. You can also voice your concerns with our dentists at your next dental visit.