Precision in minimally invasive therapies requires an appropriate magnification. Because what is considered good when viewed with the naked eye is more than in need of improvement when viewed at 2.8 to 4.5 times magnification. Nowadays the demands on the accuracy of dentistry are extremely high, for this reason the dentist's eye simply has to see more to be able to meet these demands.
The work with magnifying glasses is a quality criterion and is indispensable after current dental progress. Magnifying spectacles play an important role in root canal treatment, periodontal surgery or very aesthetic treatments in the anterior region.
But what does this mean for the patient? At first, the patient may not be able to distinguish a treatment without loupe glasses from a treatment with loupe glasses. However, the quality advantage of a treatment with optical magnification inevitably affects the stability of the treatment result, the longevity of a restoration and the improved esthetics.
The sum of the work steps that are always carried out precisely determines the quality at the end of a therapy. However, imprecise or even incorrect work multiplies and inevitably leads to poor results. A sensitive and attentive patient will feel the difference in quality.