Dr. Karim Z. Alibhai, Dr. Kenji Beppu, Dr. Stan Lin, and Dr. Hooman Rabiee utilize advanced techniques with precise, state-of-the-art digital imagery from their Zeiss Endodontic Microscope and Morita Veraviewepocs® 2D/3D Equipment. With diagnostic clarity, their technology enables enhanced and safe root canal treatments.
Root Canal Treatment
At Advanced Endodontics, we take pride in being at the forefront of our profession nationwide. The Zeiss operating microscope expands the scope and power of effective treatments in both non-surgical and surgical endodontics. Due to enhanced illumination and high magnification, calcified canals, not visible to the naked eye, become optically located.
Zeiss Operating Microscope
The operating microscope has also improved the retreatment of endodontic cases with greater efficiency and success.
When surgical endodontics is the treatment of choice, the operating microscope allows for enhanced visualization of the surgical field, and in turn, effective outcomes for patients.
J. Morita Imaging Equipment
We practice with state-of-the-art technology for excellence in patients' outcomes. We proudly use Morita equipment–a leader in innovation for diagnostics and imaging in root canal treatments. Proven studies indicate its premier image quality with low-resolution radiation exposure.
Three-dimensional imaging has one significant advantage: it can visualize anatomical structures in high definition. Hence, our doctors can obtain more data from the information because the true location of anatomical structures can only be discerned with a three-dimensional visualization. Accordingly, it helps make for safer diagnoses.
Digital radiographs can now be taken using sensors that transmit the image directly and quickly to a computer monitor. This larger image has helped our patients better understand explanations regarding their treatment as well as enable our doctor to "zoom in" on specific areas of the tooth. Moreover, this new technology reduces the amount of radiation exposure by up to 90%. Environmentally-friendly, digital radiography is also free of chemicals to develop images.