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Intraoral Cameras Make Caring for Your Mouth Easier


Posted on 3/20/2019 by Pacific Oral and Facial Surgery Center
Intraoral Cameras Make Caring for Your Mouth EasierAn intraoral camera is a highly effective tool that we use to capture images of hard-to-reach areas in the mouth. Similar in size and shape to a writing pen, these cameras can easily be moved within the mouth so that we can get a detailed and magnified image of your teeth, gums, and other dental issues. In fact, using these cameras offers many benefits for your oral health.

Find Oral Health Problems Sooner

One of the best benefits of intraoral cameras is that it helps us to detect problems early on. During early stages, treatments for cavities and other issues is usually less invasive and less expensive. These cameras help us to detect problems that might not be visible by simply looking in your mouth.

The Most Accurate Diagnosis
Intraoral cameras come with a wealth of features that make it easier to properly diagnose your dental health issue. The head of the camera can rotate, and it offers LED lighting to provide the best visibility. Plus, some cameras can zoom up to 100x, making it a lot easier to see tiny issues. These features all help us to diagnose problems with your teeth accurately, and an accurate diagnosis will lead to the best possible treatment plan.

Track Issues
Intraoral cameras also help us to document your oral health for future reference. We can refer back to previous images at your next appointment to see how your teeth have changed over time. This helps us to accurately track your treatment progress, and if necessary, we can change the treatment in order to alter the results.

If we recommend the use of an intraoral camera at your next appointment, don't be worried. These innovative tools offer many benefits that can help us to properly care for your teeth. As always, if you have questions about our use of intraoral cameras, please ask!


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