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Why use a dental microscope

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1: More comfortable to use: more ergonomic

The traditional magnifying glass is a kind of equipment for people to adapt to. The long-term unhealthy sitting posture is easy to lead to neck, back and other parts of the strain

Operating under the microscope, the user’s sitting posture fits the requirements of ergonomics and is more relaxed and comfortable

(ergonomics is to find the best balance point in your working environment. Only when your working environment is more suitable, can the incidence of cumulative trauma syndrome (CTD’s) be reduced.)

(ergonomics is to find the best balance point in your working environment. Only when your working environment is more suitable, can the incidence of cumulative trauma syndrome (CTD’s) be reduced.)

The survey included feedback from more than 420 dentists who graduated from the University of British Columbia between 1987 and 1996.

2: See more clearly: improve the user’s visual resolution

Microscopes can increase the visual resolution to 10 microns, at which level you can see if the edges are closed.

The resolution of naked vision is about 200 μ m, bacteria is about 1 μ m, and the thickness of crown or bridge bonding material is about 25 μ m, which is beyond the maximum resolution of naked vision.

Excellent crown edge, leveling process, incision, root canal location, caries removal, bifurcation and perforation repair, post and core placement and removal, bone and soft tissue transplantation and other processes are less than 200 microns, which is beyond the resolution of naked vision.

3: Doctor patient communication: help patients have a more intuitive understanding of their disease

In the process of traditional treatment, it is difficult for patients to intuitively understand the pathological changes of their teeth, and it is also difficult for doctors to understand the effect after treatment, so they can only judge by their own postoperative pain

But the image function of the microscope can project the picture on the display in front of the patient in real time. Before the operation, the patient can see the disease of his teeth. During the operation, he can see the treatment process of the doctor. After the operation, he can see the effect of the treatment. For the patient, what he can see is the best. Seeing is believing!

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