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Dental Technology

Superior Dental technology in rapid city

At HillsView Dental in Rapid City, SD, we believe in using the latest dental technology to make your dental experience comfortable and efficient. Our dedicated doctors are passionate about staying updated with state-of-the-art equipment to ensure you get the best care possible.

With these advanced tools, our doctors can minimize pain and reduce the number of dental visits needed for treatment. This means you’ll spend less time in the dental chair and have a more comfortable experience overall.

To provide you with top-notch care, our doctors and their team regularly undergo advanced training and education. This ensures that they can offer the best treatment possible using the latest technologies. When you visit HillsView Dental, you can expect consistent and predictable results, leaving you with a happy smile.

Contact the team at HillsView Dental and experience the difference today! 

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Intra-oral camera

An intra-oral camera can capture the intricacies of your teeth. With exceptional detail, it can reveal cracks and stress marks that are invisible to the naked eye, providing a clear and comprehensive picture of your oral health.


CEREC stands for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics. It is a technology used in dentistry that allows dentists to create dental restorations such as crowns, inlays, and onlays in one visit. With CEREC, the dentist takes a digital impression of the patient's teeth and the design is then sent to a milling machine that creates the restoration from a block of ceramic material. The final restoration is bonded to the patient's tooth, completing the process in a single visit.

Cone Beam / 3D X-Ray

Advanced 3D imaging technology is a game-changer in the field of dentistry, offering unprecedented insight into the structures of your mouth and jaw. Traditional x-rays can be limited in their ability to provide a detailed view of your teeth and the surrounding bone and tissue, making it difficult for dentists to accurately diagnose certain conditions or plan complex procedures. But with 3D imaging, dentists can capture high-resolution images that reveal the intricate details of your jaw and teeth, from multiple angles and with incredible clarity.

Digital X-ray

Advanced technology has revolutionized the way dental X-rays are taken, processed, and analyzed. With the advent of digital X-ray technology, patients can now enjoy a safer and more efficient radiographic experience. Digital films offer several advantages over traditional X-rays, including the ability to capture images with greater detail and clarity while dramatically reducing radiation exposure.


CAD/CAM technology, which stands for computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing, has revolutionized the way dental restorations are made. This technology allows for precise and efficient production of dental prosthetics such as crowns, bridges, and veneers. It also enables dentists to create restorations that fit better and last longer, improving overall oral health for patients. With CAD/CAM technology, dental procedures can be completed more quickly, with fewer appointments needed, resulting in a more convenient and comfortable experience for patients.

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