Microscopic documentation in dentistry
D.M.D, LL.B, M.Sc, I.C.O.I, Rishon LeZion, Israel
Peer-to-peer experience sharing on how documentation can improve the performance in daily practice
The use of magnifying devices in dental practice is increasing the need to document diagnoses and treatments, whether for forensic purposes or for the dentist’s own records, patient education, training, or case presentations.
Documentation can improve communication with dental labs and with patients. This webinar looks at the differences between external and internal documentation systems and which documentation system dentists should use. Furthermore, Dr. Savion shows the difference between DSLR (digital single lens reflex) and DSLM (digital single lens mirrorless) on external documentation systems. A short video teaches how to attach an external camera to a microscope and start documenting immediately.
In the webinar, Dr. Savion demonstrates through clinical cases how to document with augmented visualization and improve shade selection accuracy and lab communication.
The future of color matching in dentistry will involve a combination of personalized color matching and digital imaging technology. With augmented visualization by ZEISS EXTARO 300, the future is here and ready to be used. Harnessing microscopes and augmented visualization, dentists can deliver better color matching of restored teeth in the esthetic zone with indirect tooth restoration in modern dentistry.
Don’t be left behind. Move forward to an advanced microscopic digital dentistry.