What our patients say about us
  • I had a wonderful experience with Lone Oak. I have a LOT of anxiety about having my teeth worked on and the staff made me so comfortable. My previous dentist retired and I needed to find a new dentist. I knew I needed a crown but was very fearful of trying someone new. Dr. Jordan and his staff did an AMAZING job helping me to relax. I was especially impressed when Dr Jordan called to check on me after the procedure and gave me his cell phone number in case I needed anything. I couldn't be happier with my new dentist and would recommend Lone Oak with no hesitation.
    -Kerrie
  • The first time I went to them I felt very much at home. All of the staff acted very professional and courteous. I feel that my dental exam was very thorough and found problems that I was unaware of. The dental procedure was carried out efficiently, timely and with minimal discomfort. I'm very pleased with the outcome and would highly recommend this practice to anyone. Their dental equipment seems very up-to-date and my dentist very knowledgeable.
    -Bob
  • The staff and Dr Brad were very pleasant and saw to it that I was very comfortable and the procedure was painless. Dr Brad very trustworthy he did just what he said he was doing and he quote the exact amount before he did the procedure. I would recommend Dr Brad and his staff.
    -Mike
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Technology

Dentistry has come a long way in terms of patient comfort, safety, and longevity. Numerous older patients can recall the days of the dentist not using anesthetic and how long it took for fillings to be placed! Fortunately, those days are long gone!

Before we invest in new technology, it must make your experience more pleasant, ensure that our work lasts longer, and allow us to complete the treatment more efficiently.

Since new equipment is continually entering the dental field, Lone Oak Dental is always looking for ways to stay updated. In addition to the technologies seen below, many of our patients state that our shots are more comfortable than they expected. We ensure that care is given during this part of the procedure as this is what patients fear the most.

Digital Radiographs (X-Rays)

Digital radiographs (x-rays) provide a clearer, larger image, which allows us to detect problems earlier on while exposing you to less radiation. 

Laughing Gas (Nitrous Oxide)

Nitrous oxide reduces anxiety and allows for a more comfortable dental experience, especially if you are nervous.

Diagnodent Laser

The Diagnodent laser helps us detect cavities earlier than traditional methods, such as x-rays.

Electric Handpieces (Drills)

Electric handpieces, or drills, are much quieter, have less vibration, and allow us to work faster so your mouth isn't open as long.

Intraoral Cameras

Intraoral cameras take pictures of your teeth and gums, giving you a good look at your mouth.

Piezo Cleaner

Piezo technology allows our hygiene team to clean your teeth without scraping them.  The unit uses high frequency vibrations to break apart tartar on your teeth.

Apex Locator

The electronic apex locator is used during root canal treatment.  It helps us determine how long your tooth is during the procedure.  This great instrument allows us to more accurately perform root canal therapy and allows us to take fewer x-rays.  

Computers and TV Monitors

We want you to be able to see what we see.  In order to do that, we have computers with large TV monitors in our treatment rooms.  If we find a cavity between your teeth, we can make the x-ray larger so that you can see it.  If we find a crack in your tooth, we can take a picture of it and show it to you within seconds.  

Ultrasonic Power Scaler

The ultrasonic cleaner quickly breaks apart tartar that forms on your teeth.  It allows our hygienists to clean below your gums and more effectively treat gum disease.  

Dental Magnification

Dr. Jordan wears dental loupes (high magnification glasses) with a headlight while working.  The magnification allows for more precision while working and allows him to work faster.  By wearing a headlight, he can see more difficult areas of the mouth and again, work more quickly.  This technology is commonly used by surgeons in operating rooms and the result is better care, earlier detection of disease and less time in the treatment room.