Microscopic endodontics is a relatively young field of the 21st century.
Microscopic endodontics is a relatively young field in which magnifying devices such as magnifying glasses and a microscope are used for routine treatment. In order to achieve the quality of treatment which is required in the 21st century, it is important to see the work. Due to the fact that the diameter of the teeth is around 1-1.5 mm and the root canals, which are located at the bottom of the medullary cavity, are in the order of tenths of a millimeter, it is not possible to have a perfect overview with the naked eye. For a good treatment prognosis, it is essential that all root canals be found and treated, as any necrotic pulp that remains can be infected with bacteria, causing an inflammatory deposit under the root of the tooth. These requirements force us to use magnifiers and capture all these details.