Microscopic RCT or commonly referred to as Endodontics is a treatment that helps save a tooth in which a nerve, or the pulp has been damaged. Inflammation or tooth decay is associated with this. With the advanced technology that we offer here, the damaged nerve can be saved and become normal again through microscopic RCT. Microscopic RCT is one the most revolutionary techniques available for removal of pulp from the damaged teeth.
Not only that, microscopic RCT accompanied with DVT better known as 3D volume tomography opens up a wide range of new prospects in treatment of several ailments of the teeth. With this technology, we can now find difficult areas, which could not be identified earlier even with much effort. Sometimes, a re-root canal treatment might be required by people to save the endodontic bad tooth.
How to operate microscope for RCT
At our facility, we strive to offer the best treatment through advanced techniques and practices. Generally, for Root Canal Treatment, compound Microscope is used. To operate Microscope, turn the resolving turrets to position the lowest power objective lens, place the Microscope slide and fasten with stage clips.
The operating microscope for RCT is an excellent microscope with high magnification power, which helps in a detailed examination of even the smallest problem. Because of this, the results thus achieved are long term and the pain during the procedure is minimized largely. Our priority is to provide our patients with the best results possible and with efficiency.