The revolutionary role of the dental microscope in your care.

Vision beyond the possible

The dental microscope is an important tool that significantly improves the precision and efficiency of dental treatments. It is used by Bucharest British Dental Place Clinic in most procedures, especially in:

  • Endodontics: The dental microscope has become an indispensable tool in endodontics. It allows the dentist to get a detailed view of the inside of the tooth, facilitating the identification of root canals, treating reinfections, and carrying out complex procedures such as apical resection.
  • Endodontics: A branch of dentistry dedicated to diagnosing and treating diseases of the dental pulp (the internal tissue of the tooth) and surrounding tissues. A common treatment in endodontics is root canal treatment.


In the treatment of periodontal diseases, the microscope allows for more precise removal of tartar and bacterial plaque and detailed examination of periodontal pockets and other structures.
Periodontology: The dental specialty dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases affecting the gums and other supporting structures of the teeth. Periodontitis, a severe inflammation of the gums, is one of the conditions most commonly treated by periodontists.


The microscope is used for the examination and precise work on crowns, bridges, and other dental prosthetics, ensuring a perfect fit and occlusion.
Prosthetics: The field of dentistry focused on the design, manufacture, and installation of dental prosthetics to restore the function, appearance, and comfort of missing or damaged teeth. This can include crowns, bridges, implants, and complete or partial dentures.

Restorative dentistry

In restorative dentistry, the microscope allows for a better assessment and more precise treatment of dental cavities. It is also used for precise adjustments of restorations and fillings.

Implantology: The dental specialty focused on the placement of dental implants, which are essentially artificial tooth roots used to support dental prosthetics such as crowns or bridges. Implants offer a durable and aesthetic solution for replacing missing teeth.


The microscope facilitates complex surgical procedures, such as the extraction of impacted wisdom teeth or dental implantology, offering better visibility and precision.
The benefits for patients of using the microscope in dentistry include:

  • Increased precision: The microscope provides an enlarged and illuminated view of the working area, allowing the dentist to work with greater precision.
  • Less invasive treatments: Due to the increased precision, treatments can often be performed in a less invasive manner, which can reduce pain and speed up healing.
  • Better results: Using the microscope improves the quality of treatment, which can lead to better long-term results for the patient.

Bucharest British Dental Place uses microscope technology in its dental care, thereby offering its patients high-quality and precise care.