The use of a microscope in dentistry is an ultra-modern direction. Optical instruments allow for constant monitoring of the treatment process, which directly affects the quality of treatment and is aimed at preserving tooth tissues.
The microscope illuminates and enlarges the working field by about 25 times, which helps to accurately determine the anatomical structure of the tooth and restore it with maximum accuracy.
Successful endodontic treatment requires careful preparation, disinfection and sealing of the canals.
Advantages of the microscope:
• Easily locate the entrance to the canal with maximum preservation of the tooth structure.
• Identify additional canals and anatomical features.
• Control the removal of pulp and organic tissue from the canal, which protects us from secondary infection.
• Remove elements that impede access to channels.
• Using a microscope, you can determine the lines of cracks and fractures on the tooth.
• In the case of repeated endodontics, it plays an irreplaceable role.
The most common complication encountered by the dentist during endodontic treatment is perforation and instrument breakage in the canal, resulting in the majority of patients losing a tooth. We can easily deal with such difficulties through a microscope.
High-precision X-ray shows the shape of the canals and the area of inflammation
Accurate determination of the geometry of the channels and their high-quality processing
Building a solid foundation inside the tooth
We prosthetics a tooth, we protect it from the external environment