Our Technology


Cerec machine creating a tooth prosthesis

CEREC is a CAD/CAM (computer-aided design and computer-aided-manufacturing) cutting edge technology partnered with a mill that enables us here at Colfax Dental to create crowns, inlays, onlays, and veneers in one visit. Read More >


CBCT 3D X-Ray Machine in a dental office

CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) 3D X-ray technology is a specialized dental X-ray machine that allows us to take three dimensional images of your teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways, and bone in one scan. The X-ray beam moves around the face of the patient in a 360 degree rotation, producing multiple high-quality images from all viewpoints to create a single 3D image. Read More >

Digital X-Ray

A dentist in blue gloves pointing to a dental x-ray on the screen

Digital X-rays take images of your teeth that allow Dr. Turner or a staff member to find cavities, hidden dental structures, bone loss, and other problems that may not be fully seen by just looking into your mouth. Read More >

Intraoral Camera

A dentist and assistant working on a patient using an intraoral camera in front of a screen

Similar to the size of a dental mirror, intraoral cameras allow us to see the inside of your mouth through clear images translated onto a digital monitor screen. This technology enables us to show our patients the interior of their mouth, helping us to consult with them on their treatment options. Read More >

Rotary Endodontics

A dental tool used for root canals held by a dentist

Rotary Endodontics is used during root canal treatment (also known as endodontic treatment). Root canal treatment is the removal of infected tooth pulp through the inner canals of the tooth. This technology is an electric hand-piece that is used to perform the root canal treatment, creating an efficient and comfortable experience throughout the process. Read More >

Electric Handpieces

An electric handpiece displayed on a dental chair

Electric handpieces have been rapidly replacing traditional air-driven handpieces as they have been proven to provide a more superior performance in the dental office. Electric handpieces offer smooth, constant torque without variation of performance in speed like traditional air-driven ones do. Read More >