Advanced Technology

At Dental Solutions of Mississippi, we maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in dentistry.

Technological advancements that set us apart

Digital X-rays

This not only means our patients are exposed to less radiation, but also allows us to diagnose with more precision than ever before.

Same Day Crowns

Imagine a world with no temporary crowns. We strive to get you in and out of our office with the least amount of disruption to your life.

Cone Beam Imaging

Three-dimensional scans make diagnosing simple and accurate, while creating a comfortable and engaging visit for the patient.

State-of-the-Art Dental Care

To ensure that our patients receive the best that dental care has to offer, we strive to stay educated on the latest treatments and technologies. Our digital X-ray machines, for example, not only exposes our patients to less radiation, but allows us to diagnose with more precision than ever before. Our Solea laser lets us work with both soft tissue (gums) and hard (teeth) without the pain, noise, and vibrations associated with traditional dentistry tools. Same-day crowns get you in and out of our office with minimal disruption to your life. Cone beam imaging gives us a three-dimensional view of the areas we scan, making diagnosis of fractured tooth roots and other painful maladies with unparallelled accuracy. Such technological advancements in dentistry set us apart from all the rest; nobody else can do what we do!

What Solea Can Do For You

Solea is the first laser that can cut any tissue with a single-setting. Its revolutionary software is so simple, any dentist can become a laser dentist. With Soleaʼs unique wavelength and computer controls, dentists can reliably perform procedures anesthesia-free, blood-free, suture-free and pain-free. For dentists, these are powerful practice growth drivers – for patients itʼs getting more done in fewer appointments. No other laser technology delivers such a dramatic reduction to procedure time, enables multi-quadrant dentistry, and allows dentists to perform more soft-tissue procedures that are often referred out.