Our Technology

Intra-oral Cameras:

This miniature camera, about the size of a dental instrument, is placed in the mouth. The magnified image is displayed on a screen directly in front of you, allowing you to see what we find inside. Otherwise undetectable small fractures and tiny cavities can be identified with this tool. You can see exactly how your smile looks while Dr. Keith or Dr. Denson describes your dental condition, and explains treatment, as needed. Just another great step in making your smile look the way it should! Read more about Intra-oral Cameras.

Digital X-Rays:

X-rays are an important part of your oral health plan. Traditionally, X-rays have been taken with a machine that required the use of radiation, and a significant amount of time to develop X-rays. Over the years, there have been advancements in dental technology, including digital X-rays. we make use of digital X-rays to provide you with the best possible oral care. Read more about Digital X-rays

3D X-Rays:

At The Center for Implant & General Dentistry, we utilize 3D imaging to better understand the anatomy of your mouth, which is essential before we perform any type of corrective procedure. Our system uses cone beam technology to provide crystal-clear and precise digital images. Read more about 3D X-rays

CEREC Same Day Crowns

With CEREC technology, we can create dental crowns, inlays and onlays, veneers, and even dental bridges in a single visit. No longer do you need to wear a temporary and return after a dental lab completes your prosthetic, we design, mill and fit your prosthetic right here in our office while you wait. Read more about CEREC

CAESY Education System:

We believe in educating not only our staff, but our patients as well. Therefore, we smartly invested in the CAESY Education System as a learning tool for you. Starting in the lobby, you can view Smile Channel programs that explain the link between dental health and a healthy life. In the patient chair, CAESY’s live-action videos with crisp, state-of-the-art 3-D animations are used to explain complex procedures in easy-to-understand language. You can “see” what we are talking about and understand it!