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How to recognize a cavity with the intra-oral camera?

Air abrasion is a device used to treat incipient caries on the tooth surface.

It is a painless method, and therefore rarely requires anesthesia. In most cases, it can even replace the burr (roulette). This technique is appreciated by the youngest children as well as by teenagers, because it does not make any noise or vibration.

Air abrasion works by propelling powder particles in an air stream at a speed of 20 m/s. When impacting the tooth to be treated, these particles remove the material to be removed with high precision, while preserving the still healthy tooth substance.




Nowadays, the intra-oral camera is undoubtedly the most important piece of technology in the dental office. This tool, small enough to be inserted into the mouth, can be used to show the young patient, as well as the parents, the presence of plate or pieThe quality of brushing, the tooth before and after the restoration, the evolution of a cavityWe can also show you the condition of your gums or any other specific aspect of your oral health that needs to be considered.

How to recognize a cavity with the intra-oral camera?

The intra-oral camera reveals, thanks to autofluorescence andchromatic amplificationcaries and plaque.

Thanks to three modes, it has become an indispensable tool in the diagnosis and treatment of caries:

On the image, infected soft tissue will appear shaded from purple-pink to magenta, depending on its severitý. Young dental plaque is shown in granular white, while old plaque varies from yellow to orange.


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