Section 179 tax incentives could save you over $8,000* on a new Global A-Series microscope when you purchase before December 31.
The Savings Are Clear.
The Global A-Series™ microscope delivers powerful magnification, superior ergonomics for improved posture, and a limited lifetime warranty that others can’t match. Plus, section 179 tax incentives make purchasing a Global A-Series microscope more affordable than ever before.
- Available in 3, 4, and 6-steps of magnification
- AXIS™ Control System delivers magnification changer, handles, and tension control in one place
- Ergonomic handles with integrated magnification changer
- Brightest LED light source available – 100,000 lux
- Three-stage filter assembly: clear, amber, green
- More mounting options than any other brand
- Made in the USA
- Limited lifetime warranty
Based upon estimated 35% tax bracket
|A-6 Series Microscope|
with ML, Inclinables, and Support System of Your Choice
|Section 179 Deduction||$24,955|
|Bonus Depreciation Deduction (100% in 2022)||$0|
|Normal 1st Year Depreciation||$0|
|Total First Year Deduction||$24,955|
|Cash Savings on Purchase||$8,734.25|
|Cost of Equipment after Savings||$16,220.75|
It’s the Perfect Time to Experience The Power & Ergonomics of a Global Microscope
The Global A-Series™ microscope delivers powerful magnification, superior ergonomics for improved posture, and a limited lifetime warranty that others can’t match. And, it’s perfect for any dental procedure or specialty.
Benefits for Endodontists
- The Global Dental Operating Microscope provides improved illumination and magnification enhancing the precision and manipulation of all diagnostic and technical aspects of Endodontics.
- Diagnosis: improves visualization of fracture patterns, both of the coronal aspect of the tooth, the chamber, and into the root structure.
- Isolation, evaluation, and remediation of pulpal chamber obstructions, calcifications, and resorptions.
- Allowing for predictable pulp chamber visualization, the investigation of calcified anatomy can be conducted safer, with reduced loss of tooth structure, minimizing iatrogenic incidents.
- Three-dimensional visualization of root obstruction from separated instruments allowing for more successful removal of iatrogenic blockages.
- Endodontic retreatment cases successfully “disassembled” due to predictable removal of core build-ups; cemented posts, silver cones, and previous root fill materials.
- Careful evaluation of biomechanics allowing for more complete cleansing and disinfection of root canal systems.
- Thorough cleansing of deep caries can be completely illuminated, removed, and sealed from oral fluids.
- Manipulation of gingival tissue, for example electrosurgical, suturing, and laser procedures can be more delicately directed with enhanced visualization.
- Endodontic surgical cases are enhanced as the complete lingual aspect of canal root structure can be more readily seen, allowing for complete root resection, and retro fill procedures. Retro fill preps can be directed to their proper alignment and depth. Enhanced surgical visualization allows for careful evaluation of suspected fractured root structure and periosseous defects.
- The Global Dental Operating Microscope allows for improved kinesiology around the endodontic procedure. The clinician’s position when working with the scope allows for a more favorable upright working environment, helping to alleviate occupational neck, back and shoulder issues.
- Reduces operator fatigue and eyestrain during procedures.
- Provide a wonderful platform for photographic documentation.
Continue reading: The Benefits of Dental Microscopes for Endodontists
Benefits for General Practitioners
- Provides refinement in tooth and margin preparation.
- Allows for closer inspection of restorations and marginal tissues.
- Improved lighting and magnification aid in caries detection and removal.
- Improves detection and evaluation of coronal and root fractures and abnormalities.
- Facilitates cord placement for gingival retraction.
- Provides for better inspection of impressions.
- Helps with inspection of marginal fit of restoration (crowns, veneers, inlay/onlay, amalgam, composite).
- Facilitates in finishing and polishing of margins.
- Assists in gingival contouring or reshaping around teeth and implants.
- Assists in evaluation after cementation.
Benefits in the Dental Laboratory
- Assists in master die trimming.
- Facilitates in the location of bubbles, imperfections and undercuts in the master die.
- Facilitates in the marginal adaptation of wax or ceramic.
- Inspection of internal aspect of metal casting or ceramic core for imperfections.
- Adaptation of restoration to die for the finest marginal integrity.
Continue reading: The Benefits of Dental Microscopes for General Practitioners
Benefits for Periodontists
- Allows surgeon to minimize the size of the surgical site, reducing patient discomfort and healing time.
- Improves accuracy of microsurgical incisions and suturing with 6-0 through 8-0 sutures, permitting precise tissue/tissue and tissue/tooth approximation for primary would healing.
- Allows for better inspection and diagnosis of abnormal soft tissue lesions of the gingiva, palate, and mucosa.
- Improves visualization of root surface and adjacent intra-bony defects for definitive removal of calculus.
- Aids identification of micro-inflammation during re-evaluation following non-surgical therapy.
- Helps inspection of the quality of restorations and marginal tissues.
- Permits micro-level osseous surgery facilitating bone removal without nicking the root surface and allows for better periodontal ligament preservation during ostectomy.
- Permits accurate subepithelial placement and suturing of membranes and subepithelial connective tissue grafts.
- Improves visualization of implant sites with minimal space between teeth and helps in evaluating the exact fit of implant prosthetic components and the health of marginal tissues around implants.
- Permits precise control of laser surgery on adjacent teeth without injury to root or implant surfaces.
- Permits accurate and easier root amputations and hemisection. Also helps with periapical surgeries when required during periodontal surgery.
- Facilitates sinus lift procedures through direct visualization of the sinus membrane during dissection.
- Permits fine dissection of the mandibular and mental nerves for lateral displacement during mandibular implant procedure.
- Permits location of the periodontal ligament for atraumatic elevation of roots and root tips during extraction with concurrent ridge preservation/augmentation.
- Improves detection and evaluation of root fractures and abnormalities.
- Provides upright working conditions, alleviating occupational neck, back and shoulder problems.
- Provides high-resolution video and 35mm photography for patient education, enhanced training, and insurance/legal documentation.
Continue reading: The Benefits of Dental Microscopes for Periodontists
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What Our Customers Are Saying . . .
“I saw a dental colleague forced to retire due to neck and back problems and swore this would not happen to me. About the same time, I attended a lecture given by Cherilyn Sheets. I was captivated by the ergonomic positioning made possible when using a Global Surgical microscope, and thought, “That’s for me!” I would improve my ergonomic position and I could see better; therefore (theoretically) do better work.
There was no training course on the east coast so I trained myself difficult, but I persevered. And I’m glad I did.
I now never have neck or back soreness. And my clinical work has gotten even more refined. It is so easy to do good work when you can see in fabulous detail.
PS: All of my hygienists and my associate use the microscope for all procedures as well. My hygienists are more efficient with the microscope than they ever were with loupes.”
Wayne Remington, DDS | Charlottesville, VA
“Seeing is believing! I have been using Global Microscopes for over 8 years now. It is the foundation of my practice as well as the reason for my comfort and efficiency while providing treatment and care for my patients. I could not imagine practicing dental medicine without them. My scopes provide shadow less light into the hard to see areas that I as a dentist have to overcome every day. The scopes provide visualization of difficult angles that were very difficult for me to see and access in the past.
I am able to be precise, proactive and comfortable all at the same time. My patients are educated on the uniqueness of how I provide care and treatment the moment they walk into my practice. We let our patients know….Magnification equals Early Detection…and the Precision they deserve, which is why I named my practice Precision Dental Care! Without the scope… I can’t offer that… and that’s NOT an option.”
Stacey Ochoa, DDS | Imperial, MO
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*Estimated tax bracket of 35%. MSRP of microscope varies based upon selected options. See Global Surgical representative for more information. Consult your financial advisor for guidelines regarding Section 179 tax deductions.