401 West Main Street, Stroud, OK 74079

Advanced Technology

Dr. Francis has invested in Digital Dentistry Technology so that he can provide precise, accurate and more comfortable dental restorations.

Orthophos SL 2D/3D

Thanks to the DCS (Direct Conversion Sensor) technology which skips light conversion and therefore mantains more image information, you benefit from unparallely sharp images.

The sharp layer technology automatically adapts the panoramic curve to the patient‘s individual anatomical features, ensuring that the entire jaw is always in the sharp layer.

The new EasyPad, patented occlusal bite block, Easy Volume Indicator lights and 3-Point Head Fixation: never has it been easier to perfectly position patients quickly and efficiently.

Learn more about the Orthophos SL 2D3D X-Ray Unit

Intra-Oral Camera

These cameras provide outstanding image clarity and color while an increased focal range results in clear, crisp images for extreme close ups as well as full-arch photos of your teeth

Digital Workflow for Dental Impants

This is the technology that guides Dr. Francis to place surgical implants with a less invasive procedures, with a quicker recovery and better long term predictability.

Digital Scanner

Digital "impressions" are more comfortable for patients, faster for the dental team, and are able to produce highly accurate images that contribute to restorations that seat easily and quickly


CEREC is a method used by thousands of dentists worldwide since 1987 not only to replace these fillings, but also to restore any tooth that is decayed, weakened, broken, etc. to its natural strength and beauty. Better yet, it's done with all-ceramic materials that are tooth colored in a single appointment!

Acronym for computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing, computer systems used to design and manufacture dental products.

IV Sedation & Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry involves the use of medications to allow you to relax and feel sleepy during a dental visit or procedure. There are a variety of sedation dentistry methods available at Dental Designs of Stroud including intravenous sedation, inhaled and oral sedation.

Oral medication can be taken for shorter appointments. In complex cases, we use an IV drip so the medication can be administered more slowly, and for a longer period of time.
Candidates for sedation include:
Those with a sensitive gag reflex
Patients with complex cases can be completed in fewer appointments
Anxiety just talking about the dentist as well as smells and sounds
Fear of needle or injection shots
Past traumatic dental experience


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