During a check-up, many dentists tend to look closely at your teeth to determine if there are any issues arising.  This is normally done with the naked eye and a mirror and the obvious flaws are picked up and treated.

However, teeth don’t always signpost the problems they have.  This is why we recommend microscope dentistry for diagnosis. The use of a microscope during your check ensures your treatment is completed as precisely and accurately as possible.

Teeth which are seen at a far higher magnification than the naked eye can be checked properly for fractures and can be treated with greater precision.

This attention to detail ensures that we engage in the best preventative measures possible. The more accurately the prosthodontic treatment is completed, the better the final restoration fits your teeth, and the easier it is for you to maintain your investment.

As all our eyes get older, the technology available helps us identify the smallest problems and helps to make sure you get the right treatment.

Disclaimer: All Surgical Procedures Carry Risk. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.