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Nipomo dental team improves business with new Panorex X-ray machine 


 Nipomo family dentistry

Central Coast dentists acquire new futuristic equipment adding to healthy oral hygiene

Nipomo dentist Dr. Douglas Ng and  Dr. Christina Do give a nod to upgrading dental equipment on a regular basis in order to meet the needs of the demands of the growing field. With an expanding patient curriculum, the need to ensure patients experience the best dental care by staying up-to-date with the latest in dental equipment is crucial. Clients trust the Nipomo dentist to keep up with modern machinery and kids love the sci-fi noises and cutting edge looks of the machinery. One such new device is the  Panorex X-ray machine.

The machine is capable of taking full skull x-rays, something important to ensuring proper growth and formation of teeth. Its functions allow full simultaneous views of the upper and lower jaws, teeth, sinuses, and the temporomandibular joints (TMJs), those joints that compromise jaw movement and the muscles surrounding the jaws creating discomfort and pain. The Panorex aids in the discovery of such things as tumors, extra teeth that can crowd the mouth, cysts, lesions, and other malformities that might not otherwise be found without the machine.

“Our patients, parents and children alike, receive the finest and most up to date services available in dentistry,” says Ng. “We pride ourselves on keeping up with the latest technologies, as well as the training required to use these new technologies correctly. This helps to ensure a smooth and pain free dental care experience.” The office also provides new state-of-the-art custom made chairs making the dental experience less stringent and more comfortable.

The Nipomo dentist has amassed a number of new patients of late and these patients come from all across SLO county. Because the Nipomo Family Denstistry insists on giving excellent care they ensure time and patience to clients, so only one or two clients are taken at a time. Ensuring pain-free experiences while undergoing dental work is on the list of Ng and Do. Updated technology, as well as a great chair side manner ensures a pleasant experience is had by all.

Nipomo Family Dentistry

Dr. Douglas Ng and Dr. Christina Do

Do and Ng offer services to several local companies including but not limited to notables as the Assistance League of SLO, Prado Day Center, Easter Seals, Kiwanis, The Lions Club, Michael Chang Tennis Club, and several local Boy and Girl Scout troops. Knowing the latest technologies are in use and helping to provide confidence and trust from clients provides an arena of relaxation and comfort.

Keeping up with the latest high-tech and innovative angles ensures less pain and more peace. Ng and Do keep up with present and future mechanizations and scholastic re-nourishing through constant updating and training curriculum necessary in the ever-changing times the dental field is subject to.

Nipomo dentist Ng graduated with honors from the University of California as a Regents Scholar. He studied at Loma Linda University School of Dentistry where he received his DDS. Having originated from southern California, he has been practicing on the Central Coast since 2008.

Nipomo dentist Do is originally from the Orange County region of California. She researches and lectures for Biolase, a leading company specializing in laser dentistry. An active member of the ADA, CDA, OCDS, WCLI, and the AAPD, she is also the creator of the new children’s cartoon “Toothtales”, a cartoon geared to subsiding children’s fears of going to the dentist.

Nipomo Family Dentistry is located at: 195 N Thompson Ave, Nipomo, CA 93444. Hours are 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Mon.- Fri.

For more information or to set up an appointment call (805) 929-1888 or visit their website at
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