Intraoral Cameras

When Dr. Robert Walinchus or a member of our team evaluates your oral health, we may use an intraoral camera to take a closer look at your mouth. This diagnostic camera will also allow you to see the images firsthand so that you can learn more about your personal health. We invite you to contact Robert E. Walinchus, DMD if you would like to learn more about the intraoral camera in Springfield, Pennsylvania. Our dentist and team are happy to answer any questions you may have.

An intraoral camera is a tool we use to get a closer look at different parts of your smile. The intraoral camera is a small, pen-shaped tool that we can use to take color, high-quality photos of your teeth and gums, as well as other structures in your mouth as needed. Because the intraoral camera is so small and easily maneuverable, we can use it to see angles in your mouth that we cannot easily view with the unaided eye. We may utilize the intraoral camera to better evaluate your oral health and to diagnose dental problems like tooth decay and periodontal disease, as well as tooth damage like a cracked or chipped tooth. The intraoral camera is also useful in following up after a treatment has been completed.

In addition to helping our team get a better view of your smile, the images taken with the intraoral camera are also helpful for allowing you, our patient, to gain a better understanding of your oral health and dental treatments. We can also send these photos to other dentists and specialists, and submit them to dental insurance companies as needed. To learn more about the uses and benefits of intraoral cameras, we invite you to call or visit our dentist and dental team soon.