TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS), pioneered by Myotronics, is a groundbreaking approach in dentistry, especially for treating TMJ-related conditions. TENS delivers gentle electrical pulses to the jaw muscles, promoting relaxation and pain relief. This technology is particularly beneficial for patients suffering from TMJ, as it helps to alleviate symptoms by relaxing the jaw muscles, which is often enough to provide significant relief.

Our use of Myotronics’ TENS technology is part of our commitment to employing the latest advancements in dental care. TENS offers a non-invasive, pain-free solution for patients with TMJ that can be used alone or in conjunction with other treatment methods. Integrating this technology into our practice provides a comprehensive approach to treating TMJ and related muscle tension issues.


This clear aligner system is an alternative to traditional braces, using a series of custom-made, removable aligners that gently shift teeth into their desired position over time. ClearCorrect is virtually invisible and allows patients to eat, drink, and maintain their dental hygiene without interference.


Another clear aligner option, Invisalign® aligners, are crafted using 3D computer imaging technology. Invisalign® is known for its comfort and flexibility, allowing patients to correct their smiles discreetly.

Zoom Whitening

Zoom Whitening is an in-office treatment that uses a powerful yet safe whitening gel activated by a special light to speed the whitening process. It can brighten teeth in several shades in just one appointment.


With CEREC technology, beautiful tooth replacements are quick and easy. Your dentist uses CEREC to scan and mold tooth replacements and crowns in just one visit. When you visit Dr. Crosby in Anchorage, you can fix cracks, replace teeth, and fit crowns all in one day.

STA, “The Wand”

In the past, anesthesia injections may have stung or felt uncomfortable upon injection. However, with STA, your dentist will use a dental wand to administer local anesthesia. With the STA wand, a digital process releases local anesthesia in a steady, even flow, allowing time to absorb the anesthesia. Instead of a quick, stinging feeling, you’ll experience a comfortable, gentle touch to numb your gums.

FOY® Dentures

FOY® Dentures, also known as Fountain of Youth Dentures™, provide a more comfortable fit and natural appearance than traditional dentures. They are designed to support the face like natural teeth, potentially reducing the appearance of aging.


The T-Scan is a remarkable dental advancement that helps you save money and time on frequent dental visits. This jaw scanner gives your dentist a more advanced look at your smile and its functions. In other words, we can see areas of high force, occlusal surfaces, and misalignment in your bite. With this advanced technology, your dentist can balance your smile, reducing repeat dentist visits.

MicrO2 Appliance

MicrO2 is an oral appliance to help reduce snoring and sleep apnea. Designed by leading dentists in sleep apnea, MicrO2 positions the mandibular bone to allow for even breathing. Additionally, the device is easier to use and more comfortable than other methods, such as CPAP machines. When you use MicrO2, you also limit the risk of TMJ and other jaw problems down the line.


This dermal filler is used to smooth out wrinkles and folds, complementing dental work by enhancing the overall appearance of the mouth and face.


Often used to relax muscles that contribute to wrinkles, Botox can also be employed in dentistry to alleviate symptoms associated with TMJ and bruxism.

Your Premier Dentist for the Best Dental Technology in Anchorage

If you want a quick and easy dental experience, you’ll want your dental team to use the latest and greatest technology. The staff at Dr. Crosby’s office uses the most advanced treatment methods to ensure you get the best care possible while spending the least amount of time in a dental chair.

Enjoy your dream smile without any pain. Find out more about our practice and technology by calling (907) 277-1098 to schedule an appointment with our team.