Innovative Dental Technology

We use the most current and innovative dental technologies

At Galleria Dentistry, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, we take great pride in our use of the most innovative technologies. Below are just a sampling of the state-of-the-art equipment and treatments that we use on a daily basis to perfect your smile.

Computerized Injections

Computer injections allow me to deliver a precise metered flow of anesthetic to produce a comfortable and painless injection.

Dental Laboratory

With onsite dental technicians as part of the dental team, Dr. Geronemus can make immediate alterations and assure you a very personalized high standard of care.

Anesthetic Warming Device

This technology heats the anesthetic material so that you will be more comfortable when it is injected into the tissue.

Nitrous Oxide

The use of a mild gas as an analgesic changes the level of awareness and raises your threshold for any dental discomfort.

Virtual Reality Glasses

These glasses make your dental procedures pass more quickly by providing an enjoyable distraction viewing entertaining DVDs with noise-canceling headphones.

Digital Computerized X-rays

This technology allows immediate visualization of X-rays taken with a reduced radiation exposure of 85%. It uses no chemicals or metals to pollute the environment.

DIAGNOdent Laser Explorer

The ability to diagnose cavities at the earliest possible stage leads to the most conservative of restorative treatments.

Computerized Shade Evaluation

This equipment aids in selecting the most aesthetic color for new crowns or veneers to match existing teeth.


The utilization of the microscope allows Dr. Geronemus to see bacteria that are not only potentially associated with dental disease but are statistically correlated to a possible cause of heart attacks and strokes.

Diode Tissue Laser

Using this laser, Dr. Geronemus is able to do some procedures non-surgically that once had to be referred to a specialist.


The VELscope is the first device cleared by the FDA and Health Canada to help dentists see abnormal tissue (including cancer or pre-cancer cells) that might not be visible to the naked eye.

“Thank you for a wonderful morning Dr. Geronemus. I have never had so much fun getting dental work done for two hours! I felt absolutely no discomfort and enjoyed watching Paul McCartney’s concert! That was great!.”
Norma S., via Facebook