QUALITY PRODUCTS BY CARL ZEISS
Carl Zeiss dental microscope range set the standards in optical quality, integration and ergonomic design. Currently Carl Zeiss offer three models of dental microscopes OPMI PICO, PRO ERGO and the latest addition the range the EXTARO 300.
When making a decision during treatment, what you can see is a key criterion to your clinical evaluation. Time and time again during your work as a dentist, you almost certainly experience situations in which you would like to have more precise, magnified vision.
The possibilities offered by modern microscope systems have enormously extended the limits of visualisation. Since its inception in 1953, the surgical microscope has become firmly established in numerous medical fields across a broad range of clinical applications. A large number of surgical procedures would now be totally inconceivable without the use of a microscope. In dentistry, the microscope has also redefined the concept of visualisation. Particularly in the field of endodontics, the microscope is now generally recognised as an essential element in dentist’s daily armamentarium and part of the basic academic curriculum in endodontic programmes worldwide.
Beyond the endodontic practice, the role of the microscope has received increased attention in general dentistry to further enhance the quality of the dentists work, obtain aesthetic outcomes and conserve long term dental health for patients. In addition, the integrated or attachable camera and video equipment of modern microscope systems permits the dentist to involve patients to a much greater extent in the treatment process and increase overall treatment compliance. A magnified microscopic image is worth more than a thousand words. It allows you to clearly explain the treatment and impressively demonstrate your skills. Last but not least, the dental microscope makes it possible for you to sit in an ergonomically correct , relaxed and upright posture during therapy
Carl Zeiss Extaro 300
The Extaro range of dental microscopes provides breakthrough visualisation modes that introduce new applicants to micro dentistry. It is poised to revolutionise and differentiate your practice with: Augmented Visualisation, Digital Patient Communication and Single-Handed Operation.
The Extaro 300 from ZEISS- Perfecting your art.
Carl Zeiss OPMI PROergo
The PROErgo dental Microscope offers a variety of convenient, motorised functions that support effortless handling and mechanical stability. Focusing on Optics and Illumination, Comfort and Handling, positioning and Digital visualisation.
The OPMI PROergo from Zeiss- Enhancing treatment and comfort.
Carl Zeiss OPMI Pico
The OPMI Pico Microscope offers a compact and simple design, providing a solid support. Focusing on Optics and Illumination, Ergonomics, Education and integration.
The OPMI Pico from Zeiss- Seeing without compromise.
Scope-Shield and Scope-Cone
The Nuview Scop-Shield and Scope-Cone have been developed in conjuction with leading dental clinicians to offer shielding against spray and droplets during routine microscopically assisted dental procedures.
The legendary ZEISS optics of the dental microscopes visualise details and fine structures that are otherwise difficult to see whilst maintaining the best ergonomic position
Back Strain - Before & After
8 Hours of spine strain a day can reduce the longevity of your career by years. Almost 8% of dentists stop working before retirement age due to health reasons resulting from Bad ergonomics. Working with a dental surgical microscope can help maintain your posture and gain you time to treat more patients.
Muscular Overload - Before & After
Muscle overload is caused by an incorrect posture and can cause neck and back pain. In order to minimise Muscle overload, you have to work ergonomically. Working with an ergonomic microscope can help prevent neck and back pain.
Static Overload - Before & After
Static overload results from prolonged periods of work in one position and immobility. You can reduce overload by adequately positioning yourself, your patients and your dental microscope whilst in practice.
Dynamic Overload - Before & After
Unlike static overload, dynamic overload results from the frequent repetition of the same unhealthy movements. Rotating your hips or your torso and working with raised shoulders or a tilted neck can cause discomfort during treatments.