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Microscopic Dentistry at 360 Degree
Dr Ayman Mohamed Ahmed
The use of a dental microscope in daily practice. The operating microscope greatly enhances a clinician's ability to view the tiniest details inside a patient's tooth. By magnifying vision up to 25 times that of the naked eye, the dental microscope is useful in both diagnosis and treatment. Research demonstrates better outcomes compared to treatment without vision enhancement or magnification. Microscopes aid in:
Finding hidden and accessory canals
Locating and removing separated instruments
Preserving more tooth structure
Improving ergonomics for the clinician
The microscope in oral surgery
Dr Ayoub Benhariga
Microscopic approache of the sinus lift (lateral window) Primum non nocere » one of the key point of the mini invasive therapy, in all fields of dentistry and also in surgery, so less tissues and vessels we cut better will be the healing. Doing the smallest lateral windows in sinus lifting will be confronted to the technical difficulty of precision and illumination and ergonomy, the operating microscope will complete the armamentarium and augmente dramatically the efficiency on this procedure
The conservative surgical recovery of root resorption
Dr Massimo Calapaj
From the clinical practice there is an increase in incidence of root resorptions. Today the root resorptions are recognized as idiopathic pathology, however the international literature links root resorption with orthodontic treatments, periodontal treatments, internal and external bleaching and in a last analysis, as a results of dental trauma. The therapy is almost always surgical and requires the aid of the surgical microscope.
Use of microscope and lasers to maximize precision in esthetic outcomes
Dr Ariel Savion
All Restorative Procedures Have Become More Complex, More Sophisticated And Require More Focus And Attention. Modern Dentistry Is Based On Precision, And Precision Is An Absolute Must To Achieve High Attention. Modern Dentistry Is Based On Precision, And Precision Is An Absolute Must To Achieve High-Quality Standards. Use Of Microscope In Esthetic Dentistry Maximize Precision And Quality Of Care. Microscopic Approach It Is Life-Changing And Enable To Improving Life Of Our Patients For Better Outcomes There Are Many Benefits Working Under Magnification, Specially On Esthetic Demands. Nowadays Microscope Is Innovative Way To See And Do Dentistry. For Preparation Control, Magnification Useful To Avoid Unnecessary Destruction of Healthy Dental Tissue. Without Magnification, Unclarity Leading To Invasive Tooth Preparation, Loss Of Healthy Tissue And Potential Damage To The Pulp. Microscopic Preparation Can Be Finished With Greater Accuracy Leading To Better Fitting Restorations And Maximize Esthetic Outcomes.
The magnification the key in the management of complex treatments in endodontics
Dr Martin Jimenez Fernandez
In the literature, we will do a resume of complicated cases and their management. We will divide the presentation in complicated cases due to the anatomy like un-usual anatomies, curvatures, resorptions, and calcification, as well as we will speak about inexpensive problems like broken instruments, perforations and the different options to manage them, and how the technology CBCT and microscope can help us in this kind of cases
Gala Dinner for the speakers and all participants
Being the first general dentist to use dental microscope in Tunisia
Dr Mohamed Sahbi Layouni
A dental microscope is an outstanding tool. The moment you see a hidden detail reveals a visible success. Every general dentist should consider incorporating the ability to have multiple magnifications in his office. I use the microscope every time I touch a tooth with a burr. Benefits of a Dental Microscope: High Efficiency-Efficiency is improved through visual enhancement, flexibility and reduced strain Improved Productivity Enhanced Quality of Treatment Educate the Patient - Through a video attachment Clinical cases (video): Endo, Perio, prostho, surgery
Microscope and precision in aesthetic restorations
Dr Mohamed Saad El Hachemi
Dentistry has never been more exciting than today. The development of new materials such as ceramics and composites and new concepts such as minimal dentistry or micro dentistry has pushed a number of practitioners to use magnification in their daily practice. The use of magnification by dental clinicians is becoming more commonplace. The best instrument for this purpose is the operation microscope which as been shown to enhance quality, longevity, and outcome of clinical work as well as facilitating better ergonomics. My lecture explores the potential of the operation microscope, especially in cosmetic dentistry, and discusses the interest of microscope in the precision of anterior dental preparation and restorations.
Boost your dental surgery practice with microscope!
Dr Massimo Frosecchi
Despite modern dentistry is based on the respect of indications and application of evidence-based procedures, the skill of operators is still fundamental to achieve excellence. The dental microscope is not a new technology but its use is increasing, starting from endodontic applications is expanding in all dentistry fields. Magnification and illumination can improve many aspects of dental surgery, from mini-invasive approach to complications treatment