Vernon Hills IL Dentist Drs. Mora and Mora  
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Our office uses modern, state-of-the-art technology to enhance patient comfort and to help you get the smile you deserve!


The new CariVu™ caries detection device from DEXIS helps detect a range of carious lesions, such as occlusal, interproximal, recurrent, and cracks using near-infrared transillumination technology with high levels of accuracy.

In these images, the natural tooth looks transparent, while caries appears as darker shades of grey. Since this is similar to radiographs, it's familiar and easy to read.

The SL3® Diode Laser

The SL3® diode laser is a Class IV soft-tissue laser that can be used for a wide variety of soft-tissue procedures. Laser technology has been steadily evolving, allowing doctors to provide less invasive treatment for many dental procedures, both preventative and restorative.

The SL3 diode laser is intended to be used for oral soft tissue surgery, including: biopsies, hemostatic assistance; treatment of aphthous ulcers; frenectomy; gingival incision and excision; gingivectomy; gingivoplasty; incising and draining of abscesses; operculectomy; removal of fibromas; soft-tissue crown lengthening; sulcular debridement (removal of diseased or inflamed soft tissue in the periodontal pocket) and tissue retraction for impressions.


Oral cancer detectionUsed in conjunction with a conventional visual examination, the VELscope system improves identification, evaluation and monitoring of oral cancer. The VELscope® handheld device emits a harmless, bright blue light which is used to inspect the mouth and tongue. The exam can be performed in our office during a routine hygiene exam in about two minutes. It does not require any dyes or prolonged testing procedures.

Visit VELscope's website for more information.

Digital X-rays

At HDA, we use the latest in digital radiographic technology. Instead of using x-ray film, digital x-rays use an electronic sensor to take digital images of your teeth, which are then stored and viewed on a computer screen. Using digital radiography requires much less radiation to take an image of your teeth than standard x-ray films does.

Digital X-rays


New technology in veneer fabrication allows us to perform dazzling transformations with minimal surface preparation.

Intraoral Camera

Our intraoral camera uses a tiny fiber-optic wand to easily take vivid photographs of the inside of your mouth. This allows us to let you see what we see.

White fillings

White Filling
Although white fillings have been around for a long time, the new materials can now be used in a wider range of applications allowing you to keep your smile as white as it can be!