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IP Indian Journal of Conservative and Endodontics

Magnification in Endodontics – A Review

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Author Details : Vaishak Augustine, Rahul V.C. Tiwari, Queentaj Baruah, Kaveri Baruah, Shalini Singh

Volume : 2, Issue : 3, Year : 2017

Article Page : 73-76

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The need for better visualization in the field of endodontics has been an ongoing challenge, the unaided vision is inadequate. In most instances to properly evaluate the endodontic procedure being performed enhanced illumination and magnification as adjuncts for posterior surgery is used. The introduction of aids to enhance vision in endodontics is performed and researchers found that they paralleled those of many medical specialties. The combination of improved lighting and magnification has been provided by several means like fiber optic headlamps and loupes, the surgical operating microscope, and most recently the orascope. This review puts a light on the armamentarium used for magnifications in endodontics since ages.

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How to cite : Augustine V, Tiwari R V, Baruah Q, Baruah K, Singh S, Magnification in Endodontics – A Review. IP Indian J Conserv Endod 2017;2(3):73-76

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