The use of field magnification

Simonsen, Richard J.
July 1985
Quintessence International;Jul1985, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p445
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's views on magnification of the operating area in dentistry. According to the author, surgeons use filed magnification even though they are not working in the recognized area requiring microsurgical techniques. The author further says that magnification allows the operator to see how much tooth structure is being removed with accuracy.


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