The endodontic microscope used in dentistry increases the possibility of preseving your natural teeth several times and guarantees a resolving treatment even in the most difficult cases. A private clinic in Chisinau must be equipped with such a microscope because its advantages are unquestionable and sometimes vital. What is Endodontics without a Microscope? An obsolete and somewhat incomplete practice.
Why a microscope is needed in dental practice:
- High accuracy of the endodontic treatment;
- Diagnosing caries at the initial stage, with the possibility of minimally invasive intervention for the treatment of caries;
- Diagnosis of cracks;
- Determining the exact number of channels, including even the smallest branches;
- Closure of perforations in root canals (an artificial hole in the tooth or in the root);
- Possibility of correcting poorly sealed channels;
- Strip removal;
- Extraction of glass fiber bush;
- Removal of instrument remnants from channels;
- Quality restoration with composite materials according to the requirements of the dental aesthetics;
- All types of thermal condensation of gutta-percha;
- Capability to document the clinical situation: Images obtained during treatment or examination help patients to better understand their diagnosis and why this treatment option has been suggested.
The operational microscope is an indispensable tool in a modern dental clinic.
Treatment of channels under the microscope
In the dental clinic Imperial Dent, customers have the opportunity to benefit from the teeth treatment under the Carl Zeiss microscope, with a 30-fold image magnification capability. For the Republic of Moldova, the Carl Zeiss microscope is a true technological innovation.
The use of optical technology has opened up new perspectives for examination and treatment because it has become possible to see everything that could not be seen with the eye: root canal curves with branched side systems, additional channels that can often worsen dental conservative prognosis. It is especially important to use a microscope for repeated dentistry for a channel review to look for cracks and perforations that are a source of continuous pain.
An endodontic treatment under the microscope differs from an ordinary one with a much higher level of accuracy. With the naked eye, it is impossible to assess the tightness of the root canal filling and to monitor the success of such a difficult task as, for example, the treatment of narrow channels. The microscope, which magnifies the image multiple times, helps the doctor to find and extract the tool remains left in the root canals during the previous failed treatment.
Using a microscope is not necessary in routine dental situations, but in difficult cases it is not possible to obtain a result without it.
Using the Carl Zeiss microscope, Imperial Dent physicians reliably restore the structure of the natural teeth, ensuring the success of the treatment.
Advantages of the Carl Zeiss microscope
The microscope allows the dentist to see the smallest details of the dental channels. The teeth seen under this microscope allow for the detailed study of each crack, the determination of the presence of additional channels and the finest branches, untreated sections along the entire root canal, to evaluate the degree of adhesion of crowns, veneers, and so on – this makes it possible to develop a better treatment plan as well as all the necessary manipulations.
All microscopic manipulations are recorded, and the patient can participate in the diagnostic process, as well as follow all stages of the treatment.
The embedded video module displays the image on the screen. And this means:
- Your dentist will show you all dental problems in real time.
- You will be able to see with your eyes all the imperfections.
- During manipulations, you can monitor the progress and actions of your dentist.
The Imperial Dent Dental Clinic offers a guarantee to its patients – the treatment using the Carl Zeiss microscope considerably increases its quality, ensures the safety of procedures and give remarkable results.