International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences
2018, Vol. 4 Issue 2, Part B
Magnification in dentistry: A review
AUTHOR(S): Rakesh J Gogiya, Manoj G Chandak, Richa R Modi, Purva Bhutda, Sneha Kela and Rakhi M Chandak
ABSTRACT:Dentistry has become more sophisticated and complex thus requiring precised motor skills and visual acuity. Optical magnification has expanded the horizons of dentistry. In past decades, dentistry has not only evolved clinically but the histological aspects has also played an important part in the development of new materials as well as helped in better evaluation of treatment procedures. Microscope was initially started in ophthalmology, it’s benefits in endodontic therapy which was best performed remains unparalleled. These benefits also extend to all aspects of dentistry including periodontics, restorative, prosthetic dentistry, and implant dentistry. Barring the disadvantages of steep learning curve, cost, and maneuverability of the equipment, magnifications are definitely becoming an important aspect of modern‑day dentistry, owing to their numerous other benefits.
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How to cite this article:
Rakesh J Gogiya, Manoj G Chandak, Richa R Modi, Purva Bhutda, Sneha Kela, Rakhi M Chandak. Magnification in dentistry: A review. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2018;4(2):83-85.