WHAT IS MICRO ENDODONTICS?
Microscope endodontics or Microsurgical Endodontics is a type of the root canal treatment procedure that emerged after the introduction of the Dental Operating Microscope (DOM) to endodontics in the late 1990s. Many endodontists have ascertained that the microscope could also help with the research and non-surgical endodontic procedures after using it. Dental practitioners used the microscope to find small unpleasant fractures, which are usually difficult to detect using conventional diagnostic methods. Additionally, canals that are hidden, extremely small or oddly placed become easier to see. Occasionally, a new infection or injury will cause a previously treated tooth to require a second endodontic procedure. Dentists call micro endodontics as “re-treating” the tooth. To achieve the re-treatment, all prior filling material and posts that were placed to provide support to the crown must be removed from the tooth. The microscope can also help with these procedures.
WHY USE A DENTAL OPERATIVE MICROSCOPE?
The new enhancement of the Dental Operative Microscope (DOM) to microscope endodontics allows for more trustworthy visualization and management of the complex morphology of the root canal system during endodontic procedures through magnification and exceedingly advanced high-intensity lighting.
MICRO ENDODONTICS AT FORT DENTAL
- We at Fort Dental, practice microscopic Endodontics where the root canal treatment and other corrective procedures are done using dental operating microscope and loupes.
- We make use of advanced Dental Operating Microscopes (DOM) and loupes that improve clinicians visual field.
- Thus, with a dental operating microscope, the dental procedures performed by our experts have more accuracy and help to improve the clinical outcome.