Why Does Dental Work Fail?

The majority of dental treatments fail on a shorter cycle then necessary because new understanding, new tools and new techniques that are readily available are not being used or executed at a level that is necessary or matters for long-term success.  


Most dental procedures have bacterial contamination left behind in the tooth and under the treatments.  The use of magnification helps the dental surgeon see, understand and control the elimination of that almost invisible bacterial contamination at the interface affecting the foundation of all treatments.