Magnification in Dentistry
Magnification achieved with either surgical loupes or dental microscopes not only enlarges the operating site, but also by provides intense homogenous lighting.
Both these factors allow the clinician to visualise features not otherwise perceptible to the naked eye. It is for these reasons that it is universally recognised that the use of magnification in dentistry not only improves the quality of care provided to patients, but also expands the range of treatments that can be offered.
The Benefits Of Magnification
- Magnified Image
- Brilliant Illumination
- Better Posture and Improved Comfort
- Increasing Precision
- Improved Dental Care
- Additional Treatment Options
- Improved Profitability
Which Loupes Or Microscopes Are Best?
For the clinician seeking to incorporate magnification into their surgery, the choice of equipment can be confusing.
This site has been established to provide a reference source for all practitioners using or considering the use of magnification in their procedures. It will include details on dental microscopes, surgical loupes, light sources and micro-surgical instruments.
Whilst the authors of www.magnificationindentistry.co.uk do not endorse any particular product or supplier featured on the site, they have nonetheless invited participation only from those suppliers of equipment and instruments considered by experienced practitioners as suitable to purpose. They will not mediate or get involved in any disputes or problems regarding the products or other services from any of the sites and links listed on this page or within this website.
The philosopher Tielhard de Chardin described man as a cerebro-manual creature. He however omitted to mention that the hands could not treat what the eyes could not see.