Microscopic dentistry provides precision dental care.
Seeing in microscopic detail allows Dr. Shervin to diagnose problems he could not see before, which means a more accurate diagnosis and enhanced precision in treatment.
The microscope can be used for early detection of decay and tooth fractures that cannot be seen by the naked eye but are felt by the patient. Imagine the difference between working with your naked eye compared to vision five, ten or even twenty times magnification. Take the example of a cracked tooth. You cannot see the fracture with the naked eye or even at four times magnification using loops, this tooth could go undiagnosed and a short time later the tooth fractures completely and has to be removed. The microscope allows for a more precise diagnosis.