How would you react if technology allowed you to see things which had previously been invisible? What hides in those teeth inside the mouth is something we cannot see, and therefore, dentist remains the only alternative to detect the tartar and cavity in there.
Using the Miharu Intraoral dental camera you could save yourself a trip down to the dentist. Now, this AAA battery powered device puts you close and personal with your teeth, something even the oral precision with the dentist also misses. The camera device can be attached to a TV through its 6 feet spiral video cable, though that isn’t much distance from the screen, yet all tartar, cavity and dental plaque is clearly visible. The 8.5 x 1.2 x 0.3 inches Miharu Intraoral dental camera can also be useful to check the other parts of the body, such as the back, skin and head. The easy for anyone to use, Miharu Intraoral Camera video costs $161, not much for simple Plug and Play with easy and sanitary viewing it delivers.