Microscope Assisted Dentistry

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In the routine check-ups and appointments of an experienced dental practitioner, a dental microscope plays a critical function. For the following reasons, it is widely regarded as one of the most important pieces of equipment in a dentist’s office:

Improved Magnification:

Dental microscopes allow dentists to see extremely detailed images by magnifying their field of vision with several notches. The microscope improves the depth of the image in addition to offering a greater field of vision. Dentists can use dental microscopes to observe things that they wouldn’t be able to see with the naked eye. As a result, accuracy has improved, and performance has improved as well.

Improved Illumination:

The image may get darker as the area of view is increased. Microscopes, on the other hand, feature an in-built light that improves picture lighting. Microscopes use co-axial lighting, which minimizes shadows and allows dentists to see more clearly. Improved Ergonomics:

Dental microscopes enable dentists to operate in a comfortable position and minimize the need for dentists to bend over for lengthy periods of time or adopt awkward positions due to their physical shape and form. This helps to prevent back pain, which is a major issue among dentists.

Better Imaging:

Cameras can be mounted to the microscope and used in the same way that an intra-oral camera would. Patients benefit from dental microscopes because the microscope allows them to view within their mouth, giving them a better grasp of the treatment procedure. Patients’ engagement in the therapy process can also help diagnose a problem in a short amount of time. The microscope may be very helpful for patients who are nervous about treatment since the dentist can more clearly describe what will happen.

Microscope Dentistry

Microscope Dentistry utilize high tech microscopes provide detailed images of dental structures. These microscopes are strong enough to magnify the oral tissue teeth & gums.

 Microscope provides 400 times more visual accuracy than the naked eye &100 times the visual information than traditional dental loupes.

 Magnification improves accuracy of tooth preparations & margins preverting damage to adjust teeth & connective tissue during all kinds of dental operations & surgery.

Most Used For –

  1. Locating hidden canals that have been obstructed by calcification & reduced in size.
  2. Removing old solid filling material.
  3. Removing canal obstructions.
  4. Preparing access to avoid unnecessary destructions of tissue.
  5. Locating cracks & fractures that are invisible to naked eye.