„If you cannot see it, it does not exist!“
This saying is appropriate when it comes to dentistry.
In modern dentistry, microscope represents a supporting tool for examination and diagnostics. We use microscope in treatment of dental caries, root canal, prosthetic and surgical procedures. It is also necessary in a situation, where macroscopic view raises questions that have to be answered by applying microscopic view.
That allows us to achieve better quality results, which ensures making accurate, clear and confident decisions.
Microscope enlarges targeted area and also provides ample light that makes all tiny details, cracks and corners visible.
Hectic pace of modern life forces us to do and get everything really fast. Hastening is out of the question when working with a microscope, but as it ensures better quality of the work process, we eventually still win – especially in terms of time and cost of treatment.
Thus, it represents a good example of the saying „make haste slowly“.
The most important thing, however, is the increased lifespan of the treated tooth.
Additionally, it provides greater enjoyment of the outcome of work!
The microscope is connected with imaging and video equipment that allows recording the work process and explaining it later on.
However, oftentimes „words are in excess“, because the result speaks for itself.