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The 3D digital X-ray allows for a more accurate diagnosis with less radiation. The Kavo CBCT allows Dr. Semerad to view the health of your teeth, jaw joints, sinuses, and airway.

Using a rotating imaging device that moves around the patient’s head, the scanner records between 150 and 600 different X-ray views in under a minute. Then, a computer processes the information and creates a virtual three-dimensional model. It can be rotated from side to side or up and down and can be manipulated in any number of ways — all without the patient feeling any discomfort… or even being present.

The 3-dimensional scan is used when planning dental implants to evaluate the bone, the location of the nerves and sinuses.  It can also be used to assess the size and shape of a patient’s airway, which can play an important role in sleep apnea.  It is also used to evaluate wisdom teeth and allows us to check for cysts, tumors and infections in the jaw.

Zoom is an in-office tooth whitening procedure that whitens teeth 3-8 shades in one hour. Relax in a comfortable chair with music or a movie while getting the dazzling smile you have always wanted.


A soft tissue laser is utilized to re-contour uneven gum tissue, reduce a gummy smile, or even eliminate the pain associated with canker sores or blisters. A soft tissue laser can also be used during dental cleanings by reducing bacteria, inflammation, and bleeding. This valuable tool is a safe and comfortable way to assist in many dental procedures by promoting more precise procedures and quicker recovery times.


Intraoral Cameras are used to show a patient the interior of their mouth, as an alternative to using a mirror. These cameras allow the patient to see a clear picture of the inside of their mouth which helps patients have a full understanding of their own dental health.

This electric handpiece significantly reduces the noise and feel of the old-fashioned drill. It allows for a more comfortable procedure and minimizes unwanted sounds.

Our Hospital Grade sterilization center and stringent sterilization protocols are in place to assure full compliance with all CDC guidelines and recommendations for infection control in the dental office.  We take great pride in achieving the  highest level of patient safety possible. 

Digital X-rays emit 85% less radiation than traditional X-rays. They allow an instant image to appear on a computer screen for improved diagnosis of problems.

Diagnodent is a laser cavity detector that has replaced the old dental pick. A harmless beam of light locates cavities at early stages to allow less aggressive and less invasive procedures.

Surgical loops allow for high magnification of your teeth and gums. This enables us to be very precise when we work on your teeth.  Dr. Semerad always wears high magnification loupes with a powerful light when caring for patients.  During exams this allows her to detect problems while they are still small.  During dental procedures, this allows her greater precision in her work.  She wouldn’t dream of treating patients without high power magnification and light.

Relax during your treatment and watch a movie of your choice from Netflix. Watching a movie will help take your mind off your treatment and let you enjoy a comfortable relaxing procedure.

This handheld camera quickly takes digital snapshots of your teeth that is immediately viewable by you and our team.

Oral Cancer is not a rare disease and unfortunately it is on the rise. This year, approximately 53,000 will be diagnosed with oral cancer in the United States alone. Due to late stage discovery, one American dies every hour from oral cancer. 

Legacy Dental is a provider of the ID For Life™ Program to promote early detection and public awareness of oral cancer in the office.  Dr. Semerad offers enhanced oral cancer screenings using the OralID screening device. The OralID uses fluorescence to detect oral cancers in their earliest stages. Currently, 71% of oral cancers are found in late stages (stage III, IV), resulting in a 5-year survival rate of less than 50%. Finding these abnormalities in much earlier stages can increase the 5-year survival rate up to 80-90%.

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