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Office

3620 S. Bristol St
Suite 307
Santa Ana, CA 92704
Phone: (714) 784-0163


Hours

Monday: 9:00am – 7:00pm
Tuesday: By Appointment Only
Wednesday: 8:30am – 5:30pm
Thursday: 9:00am – 7:00pm
Friday: 8:30am – 5:30pm

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Technology

Newest Technology with Old Fashioned Customer Service

We use the latest dental equipment to enhance your visit to our office. We have been using Digital X-Rrays since 1999 and believe in delivering the most comfortable care to our patients.

Our staff take pride in our office and continuously take educational couses to be trained on new advances in technology.

Feel free to explore our web site to get familiar with some of the services and technology we offer, or better yet, contact us at (714) 784-0163 to schedule a visit or to get familiar with our office.

Digital Dental X-Rays

Dental X-rays have come a long way. Todays dental X-rays are safer, faster, more comfortable and more informative than the X-rays of years past. Digital X-rays, one of the latest and most advanced dental technologies, produce high-quality images of your teeth that can be viewed instantly by you and your dentist on a LCD monitor. Digital X-rays reduce radiation by up to 90% and provide exceptional diagnostic information to ensure that potential problems are caught in their earliest stages. Intraoral photography is another alternative to traditional dental X-rays. With intraoral photography, problems such as cavities, fractures and discolorations in the teeth are captured through clear and sharp photographic images that are taken with a 35mm or digital camera.

Advanced Oral Cancer Screening

Oral cancer affects nearly 35,000 Americans every year. The keys to surviving oral cancer are early detection and early Every hour of every day in America someone dies of Oral Cancer. Oral Cancer is the sixth most common diagnosed form of cancer in the United States. Presently 30,000 patients are diagnosed annually with Oral Cancer. The 5-year survival rate is only 50% accounting for 8,000 deaths each year. Oral Cancer risk factors include tobacco use, frequent and/or excessive alcohol consumption, a compromised immune system, past history of cancer, and the presence of the HPV virus. Recently however 25% of all newly diagnosed cases have been in patients under the age of forty with none of the known risk factors. Oral Cancer is one of the few cancers whose survival rate has not improved in the past 50 years. This is due primarily to the fact that during this time we have not changed the way we screen for this disease (a visual and manual examination of the oral cavity, head and neck). Cellular changes are often non-detectable to the human eye under standard lighting.

At Bay Dental, Dr. Mahallati takes prevention and early detection very seriously. We have invested in advanced screening technology, which uses immuno-fluoresence to identify abnormal oral lesions at their earliest stage.

We also provide Brush Biopsy, which is a non-invasive procedure to analyze abnormal lesion even further.

Intraoral Camera

The intraoral camera is an amazing diagnostic tool for viewing different angles in the mouth that we would not have been able to do just a few years ago. The camera gives us the ability to view the entire mouth on a monitor so that we can get a closer look at any potential issues or problems that may arise. In addition, you will have the ability to see for yourself first hand the same images we are seeing. These digital images are also excellent for gaining procedure acceptance from insurance companies.

CBCT

Cone-beam computed tomography systems are radiographic systems used by dental professionals to analyze and reconstruct 3D images of a patient’s teeth, jaws and surrounding anatomy. The information obtained by means of CBCT imaging is useful in both diagnosis and precise treatment planning when two-dimensional diagnostic films are insufficient. Dental CBCT is useful for multiple types of analyses as well as the assessment of maxillofacial disorders or pathology. It is also most useful in surgical planning, including the accurate placement of dental implants.