Advanced Dental Technology – Jenks, OK

Fast, Gentle, & Precise

At Elwood Avenue Dental, our advanced dental technology in Jenks allows us to provide you with more personalized care, keep you more comfortable, and save you time. We consistently update our dental office with the latest, proven instruments because it’s what you deserve. Every time you come to see us, you can trust that you’re benefiting from the very best that modern-day dentistry has to offer.

3D Dental Printer

3 D dental printer on countertop in Jenks dental office

3D printing has revolutionized dentistry by allowing dentists to create custom dental prosthetics, surgical guides, and custom appliances in-house. This remarkable dental technology reduces costs, increases accuracy, and enables faster treatment. The materials used in 3D dental printing are biocompatible and durable, which makes them an ideal option for dentistry.

CT/Cone Beam Scanner

Dental patient having a C T cone beam dental scan taken of their mouth and jaw

A CBCT scanner is a cutting-edge technology that provides dentists with detailed 3D images of the teeth, jaw, and surrounding structures. This precise and accurate imaging aids in the diagnosis, treatment planning, and evaluation of dental implants, wisdom teeth, and orthodontic treatment. This comfortable, quick, and noninvasive method has significantly enhanced how we perceive and treat complex dental problems.

Digital Dental Impressions

Dental team member showing a patient digital impressions of their teeth on computer monitor

Digital dental impressions offer numerous benefits such as easy and accurate capturing of intraoral images, eliminating the need for traditional messy impressions, reducing chair time for patients, and providing more accurate results for restorations. They also facilitate better communication between the dentist and technicians, resulting in improved treatment planning and execution.

Soft Tissue Laser

Soft tissue laser held in a person's hand

Soft tissue lasers have become a staple in modern dentistry due to their precise and minimally invasive nature. They can be used for a variety of dental procedures, such as removing gum tissue, shaping the gums, and treating gum disease. The laser allows for quicker healing and less discomfort for the patient.

Intraoral Camera

Dental team member showing a patient digital images of their teeth

Using an intraoral camera is an amazing experience! This tiny little camera zooms in on the teeth so the dentist and patient can see exactly what's going on. It's like exploring a new world inside the mouth! Plus, it helps the dentist catch and treat dental issues early on.