Advanced Dental Technology Succasunna

The Best Results Are Achieved Right Here

Dentist showing a patient x rays of their mouth with dental implants

Dr. Goldberg is at the forefront of dental technology and implements the latest instruments into his practice to ensure his patients enjoy lasting results. From our cone beam CT scanner to custom dental implant surgical guides and treatment planning software, each of these ground-breaking devices helps us plan every detail of your procedure for seamless care. We invite you to learn a little more about the advanced dental technology in Succasunna that we use below.


3D Printing

3 D printer on counter in dental office

The role of 3D printers in the dental world is rapidly expanding, and this revolutionary technology helps Dr. Goldberg improve efficiency without sacrificing quality. Instead of always depending on a dental laboratory, our team can create custom restorations, prosthetics, models, and more right here in the office, allowing for greater control, more precise accuracy, and more reliable consistency as well. 

CT/CBCT Scanner

C T cone beam scanning machine standing against white wall

A CT scan (known as CBCT in the dental world) provides a doctor with a 3D image of bone structures. Dr. Goldberg has this type of scanner in his office. There is no need to send you to an imaging center or to another dental office. It borderlines malpractice in this day and age not to take a 3D scan before placing a dental implant.

Planning Software

Doctor Goldberg showing a patient a laptop screen with digital impression of teeth

Taking a 3D scan is useless if you don’t have software to view the scan, and then plan out implant placement. Dr. Goldberg utilizes multiple planning softwares based on the overall goal at hand. This is for improved communication with laboratories, to explain procedures more clearly to patients, or even for in-house 3D printing.

Digital Dental Impressions

Dentist holding a wand like device for taking digital dental impressions

Digital impressions, also known as optical scanning, allow for a multitude of different procedures. From your perspective (the patient), this means we can take impressions without the traditional goopy materials. In the case of dental implants, we can place them faster with more accuracy than traditional methods.

Guided Dental Implant Surgery

Surgical guide placed over a model of a row of teeth

Guided surgery refers to techniques that allow us to install dental implants with a great level of precision. It requires a mixture of many materials, techniques, and knowledge. When appropriate, Dr. Goldberg has all of these components within his arsenal to deliver expected results.


Computer attached to machine with light device on overhead arm

X-Guide is a GPS unit for dental implant placement. Just like the GPS in your car, this GPS provides real-time information to allow for accurate implant placement and immediate adjustments and corrections. This piece of equipment has proved itself invaluable for complex and complicated implant treatments, which is oftentimes the type of procedures patients seek Dr. Goldberg out for, or the referrals he receives from other dentists within the community.

Co2 Soft Tissue Laser

Dentist holding a metal pen like dental laser

Dr. Goldberg utilizes a carbon dioxide laser within his practice. This tool is useful for recontouring soft tissue (gums) either around dental implants or the dental implant placement area. Mismanagement of soft tissues can lead to peri-implantitis, which is inflammation & potential infection around implants. This laser can expertly remove severely damaged tissue as well as kill infection-causing bacteria on-contact, helping revitalize unstable smiles.