dental endoscope

den·tal en·do·scope

(den'tăl en'dō-skōp)
An illuminated optic instrument that is inserted into the periodontal pocket to provide the clinician with direct vision of subgingival root conditions.

den·tal en·do·scope

(den'tăl en'dō-skōp)
An illuminated optic instrument inserted into the periodontal pocket to provide the clinician with direct vision of subgingival root conditions.
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The relationship between the presence of tooth-borne subgingival deposits and inflammation found with a dental endoscope.
She became interested in endoscopic techniques in regeneration after working for a periodontist in 2000 who saw the potential in the dental endoscope technology.
We may end up engineering a new dental endoscope entirely.
Full visualization of the bone tissue surrounding the implant can be achieved by using a dental endoscope (also developed by Sialo) as part of the medical procedure.
The dental endoscope was developed to facilitate visualization of the subgingival environment as an aid in diagnosis and non-surgical root debridement.
9,10) Wilson, Carnio, Schenk and Myers found that histologic signs of inflammation were absent 6 months after a single course of closed subgingival scaling and root planing using the dental endoscope.
I interviewed with several general dentists, most of whom had never heard of a dental endoscope and had no desire to research the technology or utilize it in their practice.
The latest scaling and curettage instruments, loupes, and ultrasonic equipment are included, along with the new dental endoscope.
VDC also supports such products and services as dental endoscopes, diagnostic cameras, fiber optics, fiberscopes, video supplies, video imaging, fiber-optic light sources, printers, monitors, digital computer equipment, imaging software, digital x-ray, service, repair and upgrades.