Dental microscope

dental microscope

Any qualified dentist is always striving to improve the quality of his work, improving his knowledge and skills. But this is often not enough, because even the most seasoned professional is just a person with normal eyesight, who can overlook or miss something.

It is impossible to cure what cannot be seen. And dental canals are incredibly small; their diameter is nearly a millimeter. In addition, they have branches and curves. The treatment “at random” is not only painful for the patient, but it`s also a headache for the doctor. As a result of such treatment, the patient may be injured or have complications up to the tooth loss.

But you just have to enhance a picture a little and the situation changes. The optics of our microscope by the German manufacturer CarlZeiss provides high-quality, clear images with a thirtyfold increase: root canals and their entrances, small cracks – everything is spread before the eyes. It is not difficult to guess that in this case it is much easier to make a precise diagnosis, and the quality of treatment will significantly increase. This makes the microscope one of the most popular tools of a dentist.

Application area

First of all, this is, of course, root canal treatment. But other than endodontic treatment, the microscope is also used in:

  • Unsealing and retreatment of the tooth.
  • Identification of caries at an early stage.
  • Removal of foreign fragments.
  • High-quality and long-term restoration of the tooth.

Advantages of a dental microscope

Comfort for the patient

During the procedure, the doctor and the patient keep a distance and the private space is not invaded that ensures psychological comfort for both parties.

Comfort for the doctor

Using this optics, the dentist does not have to strain his eyes and hence to overwork, which allows to perform the procedure as much accurately and precisely as possible.

Qualitative diagnosis

Dental microscope through a 30-fold increase, is one of the best tools for diagnosis.

A dentist without a microscope is like a shoemaker without shoes. Try, for example, to imagine how it is possible to grind the patient`s teeth to install veneers by only 0,2 millimeters without increasing. The average person, even with perfect eyesight, will hardly be able to evaluate this thickness “by eye”.

That is why every self-respecting clinic, keeping up with the times and wishing to meet the international quality standards, is sure to use the best optical equipment to maintain bright, happy and, above all, natural smiles of patients for many years.

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