Vision Dental Mar Vista


We believe advances in technology should be used to improve the patient experience and level of care. When evidence-based research supports new technology, we take notice. This is especially true for anything that can make dentistry more comfortable, accurate, or efficient for the patients we serve.

Televisions in Treatment Rooms

Life is busy, and getting a few minutes to yourself can be a real challenge. We have televisions in each patient room so that you can kick back, relax, and watch your favorite show or movie while we look after your smile. Do you have a special request for an upcoming appointment? Be sure to let us know!

Low-Radiation Digital Dental X-Rays

Dental x-rays have always been among the safest in the medical field. With the introduction of digital dental x-rays, they have become even safer by reducing radiation dramatically – often up to 80 or 90 percent over traditional radiographs. Not only are digital x-rays safer for you, but they are also safer for the environment by eliminating the need for chemicals in the development process.

Perhaps most importantly, digital dental x-rays provide high-resolution images for the most accurate diagnostics to protect your teeth and gums.

CBCT 3-D Cone Beam Imaging

Sometimes, having a 3-D view of your teeth, bone, and biological structures helps us to provide the most accurate and successful dentistry available today. Dental implant placement, surgical procedures and extractions, and jaw joint evaluations are some of the treatments that benefit from CBCT 3-D scans before treatment to make it more predictable and give you the best outcome possible.

High-Resolution Intra- and Extra-Oral Images

Your teeth give your face its shape and structure, which is another reason why preventing tooth loss is so important! Photographs of your face, profile, teeth, and gums can help us diagnose and plan treatment that helps you look your best while promoting ideal function.

An intraoral camera is particularly useful for showing you, the patient, precisely what we see when we look inside your mouth. Cracked teeth, stains, periodontal disease, cavities, and gum recession are far easier to understand when you can see it with your own eyes. When patients understand their conditions, they make better decisions regarding treatment, and our team is here to help!


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