1. Maximum information. The difference between visual inspection and inspection with a microscope is enormous. You will have extensive, detailed information about the patient’s oral health. This will help you make the right decisions and offer the best treatment options.
2. Good lighting. When you need to bend over the patient, work with tools in the oral cavity, the light from the lamps is obscured. The microscope directs a bright light stream directly to the right place, it does not interfere with the doctor’s head.
3. Less mistakes. Filigree precision is often required in dental treatment. An error was made and the root canal was not completely sealed or the tooth was perforated. The microscope improves the accuracy of manipulations. Fewer mistakes – more satisfied patients who recommend you as a professional.
4. Modern technology. The microscope allows you to see the smallest cracks in the enamel, caries at an early stage, work with channels that have hidden branches, reduce the number of x-rays in the process, perfectly fit the prosthesis, consider the condition of soft tissues. A doctor who knows the technique of working with a microscope surpasses the capabilities of his colleagues, just as a man who drives a car outstrips a man who walks.
The dental microscope will help you to enlarge the image from 2 to 40 times, show a 3D image. The camera is mounted in the device. It feeds the image to the computer, which allows you to take intermediate pictures, get advice from colleagues in the process of work, train interns. When using a microscope, the dentist’s back, neck, eyes, and hands are less tired. This is also a significant advantage.
Once you’ve tried working with a microscope, you won’t want to go back to the previous format. Magnification is convenient, informative, and reliable.