Modern, Advanced Technology

Drs. Mango & Langdon Dental offers our patients the most modern, advanced dental technology available to dentistry today. We are dedicated to improving the patient experience at Drs. Mango & Langdon Dentistry in Greensboro as well as the longevity and quality of your results.

Intra-oral photography allows you to see what we see, Vizi-Lite screening helps to detect oral cancer, and digital x-rays reduce radiation up to 90% compared to conventional x-rays!

 

100% Digital X-Rays:

  • Digital x-rays reduce radiation up to 90% compared to conventional x-rays!
  • Digital Xray┬ásensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. Advantages include time efficiency through bypassing chemical processing and the ability to digitally transfer and enhance images.
  • Our modern dentist office features a designated digital radiograph room where we can safely take high-quality digital x-rays.

 

Advanced Laser Dentistry:

Dr. Mike Mango is part of an exclusive group of dentists who are highly educated and experienced in using Waterlase advanced laser dentistry to address periodontal disease without the pain, side effects and down time associated with traditional treatments and procedures. The Waterlase dental laser enables Dr. Mike Mango to treat and repair damaged or diseased gum tissue that may have previously required oral surgery, thus saving his patients time and money.

Dr. Mike also performs laser gum contouring to increase the amount of tooth seen when you smile by reducing the amount of gum tissue covering up your teeth. Ask Dr. Mike if laser gum contouring is right for you to enhance your beautiful smile.

As advanced laser dentists in Greensboro, Dr. Mike Mango and Dr. Charles Langdon have incorporated the use of laser dentistry in all phases of dentistry and are part of an exclusive group of dentists that uses these techniques. Laser dentistry technology is utilized to detect and treat decayed teeth, in complex cases of cosmetic and aesthetic smile designs, and for non-surgical treatment of gum disease.

 

Intra-Oral Camera:

This small, live camera is about the size of a small pen and allows us to photograph and show you any areas of concern in your mouth such as cracks in teeth, oral cancer, gum disease, decay. By seeing and understanding what we see, you are better able to make informed decisions about your treatment options.