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Why Dentists use Dental Microscope?
Dentists perform root canal procedures or the endodontic treatment when the internal nerves and blood vessels have been damaged by advanced-stage cavities or severe tooth decay or other trauma or bacteria contamination. Under any of these conditions the teeth will start to ache and the tooth’s nerve needs to be removed from the root canal. The root canal will then be treated, disinfected, cleaned and finally filled with special material.
In order to have a better and magnified view of the root canal, a special dental tool – dental microscope that dentists use during root canal treatment.
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Dentists need a visual aid when performing root canal procedure to reach through the tiny canal entry points and branches which cannot be seen by the naked eye or even by magnifying glasses. Without any visual aid the hollow areas and canals will be undetected and untreated which will only make the remaining bacteria in the canal to cause inflammation which could eventually lead to tooth loss.
A state-of-the-art microscope will help the dentist to see and identify the problem area in order to provide the necessary treatment. Root canal treatment requires the use of this dental microscope to have a better visualization and management of the intricate morphology of the root canal system during endodontic procedures through magnification and greatly improved high intensity lighting.
Aside from using the dental microscope in root canal treatment, it can also be used in the diagnosis and non-surgical endodontic procedures. Dentists have used the microscope to find painful fractures which are often difficult to detect using traditional diagnostic methods. Hidden and very narrow or unusually positioned canals become easier to see.
When new infections or injury occur, the tooth that has been treated before will need a second endodontic procedure or a “retreating”. This treatment is accomplished by removing from the tooth all previous filling material and posts that may have been placed to support a crown. The dental microscope will be helpful in such procedure.
The dental microscope offers the following benefits:
- Better visualization. The magnification ability and clear coaxial illumination of the working field addresses the unique or specialized treatment procedures more efficiently and with more accuracy.
- Improved treatment quality. Microscopic techniques are generally superior than traditional treatment concepts.
- Ideal treatment ergonomics. The use of dental microscope allows appropriate working posture and ergonomics which is important in maintaining the dentist’s health and personal well being.
- Fun factor during procedure. Dentists who use a dental microscope find enjoyment during procedures as a result of the ideal working conditions and predictable treatment outcomes. A greater level of satisfaction is brought about by performing procedures assisted by illumination and magnification as dentists recognize greater detail and visualize more root canals and anomalies and treat them with precision.
The dental microscope not only helps dentists in root canal treatments and other procedures that require microscopic techniques, but it also improves the quality of treatment given to patients. Dentists are encouraged to review and perfect their treatment solutions resulting in a positive impact in one’s dental practice.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]