State of the Art Clinic

We pride ourselves in staying current with implant technology and methodology. We make it a goal to stay current with leading edge training, equipment and technology that can help our patients receive the best possible treatment.

Unique Planning Software – Digital Precision

The Cholakis Dental Group was the first clinic in Manitoba to add the state-of-the-art Nobel Guide 3D imaging software to aid in the treatment planning of dental implants. This software allows for viewing and manipulation of digital CT Scans of a patients jaw structure.

This type of 'virtual' 3D treatment plan allows for the highest standards of safety and predictability in dentistry today.

The 3D bone model, including the 3D radiological dataset, enables our group to define implant locations with clinical and anatomical precision.

The Cholakis Dental Implant Centre's cutting-edge facility offers Kodak 3D CAT Scans and an Onsite Dental Laboratory. In the past, replacing teeth meant that patients had to make many appointments and, in some cases, travel to different clinics to see specialists. At the Cholakis Dental Implant Centre, this technology is available in one location along with our Periodontist, Restorative Dentist, and Denturist, making the patient's experience convenient and efficient.

State-of-the-art Dental Microscope

High-powered magnification (10x or more) provides substantially more visual information for diagnosing and treating dental pathology compared to the use of unaided vision or entry-level 2.5x magnification.

Improves visualization of implant sites with minimal space between teeth and helps in evaluating the exact fit of implant prosthetic components and the health of marginal tissues around implants.

In all phases of general dentistry, the increased visual detail provided by high magnification reduces ambiguity in diagnosis and treatment decision-making, increases control in treatment implementation, allowing the Cholakis Implant Team to produce more ergonomic restorations that are less prone to recurrent decay, and arguably improves clinical outcomes compared to work performed with unaided vision.