ZEISS dental microscope and dental surgical microscopes
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ZEISS Dental Microscopes For effective diagnostics and dental treatments

The legendary ZEISS optics of the dental microscopes visualize details and fine structures that are otherwise difficult to see therefore enhancing the quality of your examination and treatment in all dental disciplines. Furthermore, the ergonomic design of ZEISS dental microscopes helps prevent back and neck pain.

Take back your back

… did you know?


of dentists suffer from back, neck and shoulder pain.1


of dentists confirmed that the use of a dental surgical microscope for magnification in dentistry has a positive effect on neck and back pain.2


of all dentists need to stop working before their retirement age (67) due to health reasons which are partly a result of bad ergonomics.3

Our broad portfolio of surgical and dental microscopes

Tailored to your needs

Dental microscope ZEISS EXTARO 300


The dental microscope provides breakthrough visualization modes that introduce new applications to microdentistry. It is poised to revolutionize and differentiate your practice with: Augmented Visualization, Digital Patient Communication and Single-Handed Operation.
EXTARO® 300 from ZEISS – Perfecting your art.

OPMI PROergo, a dental surgical microscope for ergonomic dentistry


Offering a variety of convenient, motorized functions that support effortless handling and mechanical stability focusing on Optics & illumination, Comfort & handling, Positioning and Digital visualization.
OPMI PROergo® from ZEISS – Enhancing treatment and comfort.

OPMI pico, a dental surgical microscope for microdentistry


The compact and simple design provides solid support focusing on Optics & illumination, Ergonomics, Education and Integration.
OPMI® pico from ZEISS – Seeing without compromise.

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  • 1 Kerschbaum Prof. Dr., T. & Hilger Dr., M. (2000). Der Zahnarzt und sein Körper. Ergonomie heute - eine Umfrage. In Zahnärztliche Mitteilungen (September 2000, p. 38 - 42). Berlin
  • 2 ZAUGG B, STASSINAKIS A, HOTZ P: Influence of magnification tools on the recognition of artificaila preparation and restoration defects (in German). Schweiz Monatsschr Zahnmed 114: 890-896 (2004).
  • 3 Neddermeyer, Dr. med. Dent W. (2011): Aus der Praxis für die Praxis. Ein besonderes Behandlungskonzept. In Zahnärztliche Mitteilungen (August 2011). Berlin