What's everyone's thought on using a microscope for routine restorative dentistry for the sake of career longevity (i.e. neck and back injury prevention) and as a marketing strategy targeting high-end patients? I reckon that it will be initially more costly with a steep learning curve in addition to increased operation time, but then again the quality of procedures and career longevity will probably increase at the same time, enabling the dentist to attract more fee-for-service patients and elevating his/her lifetime income. Perhaps it can also be used to justify increased pricing model. Thoughts? I doubt it will work with mill type offices and most of the PPO based offices but see it as a viable model for 100% FFS offices.