Intraoral cameras

Intraoral cameras are a wonderful tool that dentists use to get a better view of the oral cavity. This advanced technology provides dentists with a detailed view of the dental condition of their patients, enabling them to provide the best treatment. Intraoral cameras are now widely used in dental practices, helping dentists provide their patients with more accurate and advanced treatment.

What Are Intraoral Cameras?

An intraoral camera is a small, handheld digital camera that dentists use to see inside their patients' mouths to analyze the condition of their teeth and gums. It uses LED lighting to illuminate the oral cavity. The camera displays the images on a screen for dentists to see.

How Does an Intraoral Camera Work? 

An intraoral camera has a tiny, flexible lens that is placed inside the patient's mouth. The dentist can control the camera using a handheld remote control, allowing him to see where he needs to view inside the patient's mouth. The device has a bright light that provides better visibility for the dentist during a procedure. When the dentist has identified an issue, he can address it accordingly and recommend further care if needed.

What Are the Uses of Intraoral Cameras? 

  • The device is used for diagnosing oral cancer. It provides better visibility for dentists during a dental exam, which allows them to detect tiny tumors in the mouth. 
  • The camera helps dentists detect gum disease and other oral issues. 
  • The intraoral cameras help dentists perform dental procedures like fillings and extractions. 
  • It provides a detailed view of the teeth and gums, which helps dentists identify problems like tooth decay and worn-down enamel in time and treat them. 
  • Intraoral cameras are also used in oral surgery procedures and tooth extractions. 

What Is the Procedure For Using an Intraoral Camera? 

The dentist inserts the camera into your mouth and checks for any issues by moving it around as necessary. It is ideal for upper and lower surgeries or for dental examinations that require a closer look at your teeth or gums. The procedure takes only a few minutes and is painless. 

What Are the Advantages of Intraoral Cameras? 

The intraoral cameras are portable, lightweight, easy-to-use devices that can provide accurate readings with ease. They also have better resolution than standard microscopes and are capable of providing more accurate views of your mouth. The images taken by these cameras can also be enlarged at will, allowing the dentist to view them more clearly. They provide a better view of your teeth without causing any discomfort or pain during the procedure.

Please reach out to Dicus Family Dentistry at 15 McCabe Drive, #201, Reno, NV 89511, to have a consultation with our dentist. Call us at (775) 828-7246 or schedule an online consultation, and we'll guide you further.


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