Now with the incorporation of the operating microscope, and also the endoscope, along with the use of ultrasonic tips and biocompatible filling materials, there is an emerging new standard of care in modern endodontic microsurgery.
Microscope magnification helps in the instrumentation of obstructed and calcified canals, canal bifurcations and canal obstructions such as denticles, calcifications and obturation.
The dental operating microscope is now considered an integral part of endodontic practice. For both nonsurgical and surgical endodontic treatment, use of microscopes results in improved outcomes for patients, and current endodontic therapy is demonstrably more effective because of its use
1.Wait approximately 1 hour after each treatment before eating food. Do not chew food with teeth undergoing treatment.
2.Take medicine as needed or apply an ice pack if you experience swelling. If your condition prolongs or becomes worse, return to the clinic immediately.
3.To avoid pain or fractures, do not use teeth undergoing treatment.
4.If you should have any other problems, please contact your dentist or return to the clinic.