Intraoral Cameras

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Intraoral Camera Dental Technology for the Owasso Community

An intraoral camera is a tool we use to get a closer look at different parts of your smile. The intraoral camera is a small, pen-shaped device that we can use to take high-quality color photos of your teeth, gums, and other areas of your mouth. The intraoral camera is small and easy to control, allowing us to see angles of your mouth that we cannot easily view with the unaided eye. We may utilize the intraoral camera to evaluate your oral health and diagnose dental problems like tooth decay and periodontal disease.

Primary Uses for Intraoral Cameras

At Lexington Dental of Owassa, we use intraoral cameras for a wide range of reasons, including:


Intraoral cameras improve the diagnoses and assessments of common dental issues, like plaque formation, cavities, broken teeth, gum disease, and many more.


We educate our patients about their oral health with intraoral imagery, allowing us to walk them through their particular dental problems clearly.


We demonstrate the severity of diagnoses with accompanying images of patients’ dental conditions to aid their treatment and recovery.

Meet Your Dentist

Dr. Jacob Cary, DDS

Dr. Jacob Cary is committed to providing modern, intuitive solutions to all of our valued dental patients. After receiving his Doctor of Dental Surgery from New York University College of Dentistry, Dr. Cary returned to his roots here in Oklahoma, where he grew up on a small family farm. Dr. Cary and our talented team of hygienists, assistants, and coordinators are dedicated to creating a welcoming family atmosphere to serve as Owasso’s most trusted dentist.