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Introduction and significance of oral endoscopy
- 2018-10-23-

The oral cavity is a very important structure in the human body. With the continuous updating of medical equipment, oral endoscopes are increasingly used in major hospitals and clinics. The oral endoscope is a specially constructed camera lens that can be extended into the entrance cavity to display clear and magnified images on a computer or TV screen. With the help of the endoscope system, the dentist can better detect the lesions that occur on the soft and hard tissues. It also allows patients to intuitively and comprehensively understand the dental stains, plaque, calculus, and gingivitis on the surface of their teeth, which are usually not visible to the teeth and tooth defects. And these images can also be stored in the patient's database, together with text, graphics, X-ray images and other information to form a new generation of electronic medical records, which can be easily accessed and used for consultations, academic reports and other occasions.

In the past, many patients thought of seeking medical treatment because of their lack of understanding of their own conditions, pain and discomfort, or problems in the anterior region that had a great influence on the appearance of the appearance. When doctors find that some hidden lesions are pointed out to patients, they often do not easily understand the seriousness of the situation. This delays the timely treatment. The advent of medical oral endoscopes has brought a new paradigm for this type of examination and treatment. No more description or expertise is needed when the patient's pathology is displayed in front of the patient. Patients can also understand the urgency of treatment. At this time, the physician can further introduce the various treatment measures that may be taken to the patient with the aid of clear and intuitive images, so that the patient can make choices according to various aspects of his own, which greatly improves the patient's treatment desire and participation degree.


Hospitals and clinics are very interested in medical oral electronic endoscopes, including some commercial reasons. Oral endoscopes act as "inspired consumers", making patients more willing to receive treatment. Second, the endoscope can record the details before treatment. If a certain doctor-patient dispute occurs after taking irreversible treatment, the image taken by the endoscope and stored in the patient database can be used as important evidence to protect the fair rights of both doctors and patients. Some domestic dental schools. Specialized hospitals and high-level private clinics have also begun to introduce this technology. Better serve patients with quality services. It is believed that with the development of China's overall economy and the advancement of stomatology, oral endoscopes will also be promoted in China.

Clinical significance

Physicians can further discover the patient's oral lesions with the help of clear and intuitive images, and take various treatment measures in time.

Abnormal results: abnormal signs caused by the disease, such as redness and swelling of the oral mucosa, blisters, ulceration or spots.

Need to check the crowd: the mouth has abnormal color, pain, ulceration, smell and so on.

significance

The diagnosis of oral diseases is based on traditional examination methods. Patients can only imagine with the imagination and cannot intuitively understand the disease. The inability to communicate and communicate between doctors and patients will directly affect the corrective effect of the disease. With the rapid development of digital imaging technology, oral endoscopes have also been born, and have been applied to the field of oral clinical examination.

Oral endoscopy has been rapidly popularized and widely used in oral clinical medicine. The oral endoscope inserts the observation probe into the entrance cavity, and under the illumination of the self-contained light source, the details of the tooth are taken by the imaging lens, imaged on the COMS or CCD image sensor, and subjected to photoelectric conversion and image signal processing, and then sent to the display. A clearly enlarged image is displayed for the doctor to observe.