Microscopic root canal treatment - attention of dentists
As we all know, new techniques and technologies in many fields of medicine, including dentistry, help us to ensure that dental treatments are as painless and highly effective as possible, keeping the patient's interests in mind.
In a unique way in Nyíregyháza and the region, we have equipped our practice with a Labomed DNT type dental microscope, the main advantage of which is shown primarily in the field of root canal treatment. Experience has shown that the traditional technique is not effective enough in the case of often crooked or narrowed root canals, however, in the case of microscopic root canal treatment, this efficiency indicator is significantly higher. A chance to save teeth that in previous years were combined with implant placement or other solutions leading to tooth loss.
In what cases does the dental microscope help?
- treatment of perforated teeth with MTA closure;
- re-root treatment - finding and exploring plus channels;
- saving focal teeth;
- elimination of periapical foci with appropriate therapy.
Some technical data about the dental microscope in our office:
- adjustable, up to 25x magnification;
- LED lighting;
- digital camera, with which the patient can view the entire process of the treatment on a projector (recordings can be recorded);
- built-in orange and green filters;
Having described the technical specifications without the need for completeness, I would like to recommend to my colleagues the possibility offered by our practice, as well as my specialist knowledge for root canal treatment with the help of a dental microscope. With the patient's interests in mind, and striving for professional maximalism, we also try to save teeth that cannot be solved with traditional technology.
Our office welcomes patients sent from other dental offices for microscopic root canal treatment in a quiet, calm, familiar atmosphere, after which we GUARANTEELY SEND THE PATIENT BACK TO YOU!
Through this page, we would like to thank those Colleagues who previously referred their patients to our office for their recommendations, as well as to bring to the attention of other dear Colleagues the same problematic cases that we have successfully treated with the help of the dental microscope. (Typically, only 1-2 sessions are sufficient for successful root canal treatment, thereby retaining the tooth.)