We use the KAPS 1450 Top Line surgical microscope and SurgiTel and Carl Zeiss magnifying loupes.
Dentistry places immense demands on the human eye. We must pay close attention to details that are often nearly impossible to recognize with the naked eye. Without optical magnification, we are left to rely on our experience alone. An example is the
treatment of root canals, which may be no bigger in diameter than 0,05 mm, a very difficult size for the human eye to differentiate. The success of such procedures often depends on precise recognition of the structures being worked on, and incorrect identification of those structures combined with a failure to respect anatomically given dimensions can greatly reduce long-term success. The same is true for surgical procedures in the oral cavity. By using microsurgical methods, we can achieve a higher success rate, significantly reduce or even eliminate postoperative complications (swelling, pain), and accelerate the healing process. Thanks to magnification technologies, we successfully complete a greater number of procedures and ensure our patients get the most from their teeth for years to come.
Surgical microscope view of the pulp chamber floor and root canal openings during endodontic treatment.
We can model fillings down to the smallest detail. The result is a highly aesthetic, indiscernible, and fully functional filling.
The surgical microscope allows us to maintain a clear view of the inner spaces of teeth (root canals). This means we can provide patients with high-quality care for teeth that
would otherwise have to be extracted and are able to achieve a treatment success rate exceeding 96%.
Magnifying loupes and the surgical microscope make it possible to inspect the quality of impressions and the accuracy of treatment in minute detail, which in turn allows us to guarantee a flawless product with a good long-term prognosis.
Sophisticated ergonomics and accuracy thanks to an integrated f200-400 mm vario objective lens for immediate and precision focusing of the treatment area. Together with magnifying loupes, it is the ideal instrument for microscopic dentistry and
Carl Zeiss offers a wide range of Galilean and prismatic magnifying loupes for all
dentistry applications according to working distance and magnification requirements. Thanks to the high image quality, exceptional depth of focus, and up to eight magnification settings, there is an optics system suited to every need.
The main advantages of these magnifying loupes include a fixed optical system, custom manufacturing, light weight, powerful illumination, exceptional depth of focus, wide field of view, optics individualisation (correction of vision defects), and a patented system for adjusting interpupillary distance and the height of the loupes. The patented LED headlight is the smallest and lightest in the world.