Jennifer Sokolosky DMD
A Great Dentist

We will help you achieve and maintain a healthy, bright smile you can be proud of.

I found the best and caring dentist, she has all the patience and calmness to treat you well and make you comfortable. I don't like to go to the dentist if I can avoid it, but she helps my attitude to dentist to be changed. Finding the right one who is caring is important. So don't hesitate to visit Dr. Sokolosky. Thanks. - Azeb H.

Technology

If you haven't visited a modern dental office recently, you might be surprised to learn about the advances in dental technology that make your dental appointments more comfortable and more efficient than ever before. 

Dr. Sokolosky and our dental team stay on the cutting-edge of emerging trends in dentistry, and when we find technology that we know will improve your experience with us, we incorporate it into our Ellicott City, MD dental office.

Please browse through the technology we currently offer and call us if you have any questions.

Digital X-Rays

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Digital imaging technology is showing up in more and more dental offices, and at MD Smiles, we’re proud to offer our patients state-of-the-art digital x-rays at our Ellicott City dental office.

Our patients appreciate that we use digital x-rays that reduce their radiation exposure by as much as 80 percent compared to traditional film x-rays. Since the images are digital, we can also share them with you on your chairside TV monitor. Within moments, you’ll see high-resolution images that our dentist can manipulate to zoom in or out and adjust contrast and exposure to point out problem areas in detail.

Your digital x-rays are stored on our secure in-house network, so you know they’re safe. With your permission, we can easily share your x-rays with specialists or insurance companies as needed.

Biolase Soft Tissue Laser

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A dental laser works in much the same way as lasers used for medical procedures. A focused beam of light is directed at the area to be treated to remove tissue in the oral cavity. Since it can precisely target the area to be treated, the surrounding tissue is unaffected.

The benefit of laser dentistry is that you'll experience minimal bleeding, less swelling, and faster recovery times. Dental laser treatments are so comfortable, in fact, that we can complete them without the need for any anesthesia. 

Dexis Cavity Detector

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The Dexis Cavity Detector helps us find cavities in the earlier stages, which often results in minimal treatment to correct. Decay that begins in the small spaces between your teeth are very difficult for dentists to see using traditional methods.

When the cavity detector finds a cavity, it lights up the area so Dr. Sokolosky can easily isolate the area she needs to treat. When we identify cavities in their earliest stages, we can plan your treatment right away, which can result in less involved procedures and better long-term results.

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