Dental Microscopes


There are various types of surgical operating microscopes that are used for different applications. One common type of operation microscope is used by ENT (ear, nose, and throat) medical doctors. The binocular head of the microscope is straight without any angle. Also, the focal length is usually different. The focal length of a surgery microscope is changed by simply screwing on a different bottom lens under the head. This also will change the overall magnification. Another common type of microscope for surgery applications is used by ophthalmologists for correcting problems with the human eye.
model: MS-137
This model of surgical microscope has its main use in the fields of dentistry and ENT (ear, nose, throat medical practice) and other general microsurgical procedures in the medical field. One of the main features of this surgical microscope is the motorization of the focusing controls. The motors are controlled by the foot. It also features a tiltable main head that the surgeon can rotate to any convenient angle, up to a maximum of 180 degrees (straight head). The main head is binocular. The standard package includes only one binocular head, for the master surgeon. As an option, and for additional cost, the physician can choose to include a singular monocular ocular teaching tube or a double binocular head.

The optional monocular teaching tube allows a second surgeon/assistant to view the surgery simultaneously. Another option is a beam splitter, ccd camera adapter, and ccd camera for taking the video image to a cctv monitor for all in the room to see, or for the surgery to be videotaped.





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