DENTAL OPERATING Microscope
- The introduction of the dental operating microscope has revolutionized the field of endodontics and endodontic microsurgery. These microscopes provide unparalleled magnification and illumination in treating tiny areas in roots having complex root anatomy.
- At Madison Endodontic Associates, S.C., we use our endodontic operating microscopes from start to finish during all of our endodontic procedures.
- Carl Zeiss and Global Microscopes, that provide unparalleled magnification and illumination for our surgical procedures. This allows us to see cracks, fractures as well as tiny areas within the canals and roots of your teeth.
3D-CBCT (Cone beam computerized tomography)
- Our practice utilizes state-of-the-art, small volume 3D cone Beam CT (computed tomography) technology that provides highly accurate, three dimensional radiographic images for the diagnosis, planning and treatment of endodontic disease.
- This technology provides three-dimensional visualization of teeth and surrounding structures with minimal radiation, enabling a more detailed level of anatomical accuracy and patient care.
How CBCT Helps Endodontists Expose the Source of Tooth Pain
CBCT, or cone beam computed tomography, helps endodontists see very fine details inside teeth to provide the best diagnosis and treatment options for the patient. Watch this video to learn more about how this innovative 3-D imaging can help relieve your pain and save your tooth.
- Our endodontists and staff at Madison Endodontic Associates, SC carefully determines when and what types of radiographs are necessary for your precise endodontic treatment.
- There are many guidelines that we follow. Radiographs also enable us to detect cavities in between your teeth, determine bone level, and analyze the health of your bone.
- Dental radiographs are invaluable aids in diagnosing, treating, and maintaining dental health.
- Exposure time for dental radiographs is very minimal.
- Madison Endodontic Associates, SC utilizes digital imaging technology within the office.
- With digital imaging, exposure time is about 90 percent less when compared to traditional radiographs.