In recent years, the incidence rate of the oral cavity is getting higher and younger. In order to enable everyone to have a medical experience, dentists can also find more pathological changes in oral tissue, and customers can also intuitively and comprehensively understand the dental diseases that they cannot see at ordinary times. Oral endoscope is also widely used in all major oral cavities. But do you know the specific role of oral endoscopy? How much is a dental mirror examination? I'll tell you the answer right away.
1、 What can an oral endoscope examine?
It can be found that lesions in the oral cavity cannot be detected by the naked eye, such as a series of comprehensive examinations for periodontal and gingival tissue lesions, as well as soft tissue examinations for lips, cheeks, gingival mucosa, labial and buccal sulcus, and labial and buccal thin bands.
2、 What is an oral endoscope?
It is achieved through a specially constructed camera lens (observation probe), which is inserted into the oral cavity and illuminated by its own light source to capture oral details. The image is then imaged on an image sensor and displayed clearly and magnified on an electronic screen. And it can be archived using software, combined with information such as images, text, X-ray images, etc., to form an electronic medical record, which can be easily accessed and used for consultations, academic reports, etc.
3、 What is the role of oral endoscopy?
The emergence of oral endoscopy has brought a new mode of examination and treatment in the oral cavity. It will display some hidden pathological changes in front of customers, without the need for more descriptions or professional knowledge from doctors. Customers can easily understand the severity of the situation, increasing their desire for treatment without delaying treatment.
For doctors, accurate and intuitive image assistance can be used to determine the condition and make accurate diagnosis and treatment.
An oral endoscope is a specially constructed camera lens that can extend into the oral cavity and display clear and enlarged images on a computer or television screen. With the assistance of the endoscopic system, dentists can better detect lesions that occur in soft and hard tissues. And it can enable patients to intuitively and comprehensively understand the stains, plaques, dental stones, and gingivitis on the surface of their oral teeth, which are usually invisible to them.
What functions do oral endoscopes have?
2. Be able to utilize the storage function of the software to maximize the preservation of the patient's oral condition;
3. To help patients and doctors understand each other and establish their confidence in doctors;
Clinical significance of oral endoscopy examination
2. Abnormal results: Abnormal signs caused by diseases, such as redness and swelling of the oral mucosa, blistering, ulceration or spots;
3. Population to be examined: Abnormal color, pain, ulceration, odor, etc. in the oral cavity.