Teeth are small. This makes it very easy for the naked eye to miss fine cracks on a tooth. Now think about having to work on a specific part of a tooth. It’s even smaller. This is why dentistry is considered a microsurgery – All dental examinations and procedures are done with the highest possible available magnification.
With world-renowned optics and 6 levels of magnification, our Leica microscope delivers crystal clear images with incredible depth of field. It allows us to zoom in to 40 x the power so that we can detect and diagnose problems in their early stages, long before they become difficult to manage.
Being able to work close up allows for conservative and preventative dentistry, reducing the chance for failure or return visits.