Curing Lights

Beyes Dental Canada, Inc
Beyond Dental & Health Inc
Bonart Medical Technology, Inc
Cao Group, Inc.
Crescent Products
Dbi America Corp
Denmat Holdings, Llc
Dent Zar International, Inc.
Dentamerica Inc.
Dentlight Inc.
Dentsply Professional
Diadent Group International
First Medica
Garrison Dental Solutions
Glaxosmithkline Plc.
Henry Schein
Heraeus Kulzer, LLC
Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.
Kerr Corporation
Kinetic Instruments Inc.
Lumalite, Inc.
Magpie Tech Corp
Mectron S.P.A.
MTI Dental Products
National Dental Inc.
O'Ryan Industries
Pac-Dent International, Inc.
Parkell, Inc.
Patterson Dental
Procter & Gamble Company
Rolence Enterprise Inc.
SDI, Inc.
Sharper Practice Inc.
Spring Health Products
Tpc Advanced Technology, Inc.
Ultradent Products, Inc.
Vector R & D Inc.
Voco America, Inc.
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Prior to the development of the dental curing light, clinicians placing resin-based composites were limited to the use of self-curing resin materials. Introduction of curing light technology led to the development of light-activated resin materials that require no mixing and can be dispensed directly into the site.

The two most commonly used dental curing lights are the tungsten-halogen and the light-emitting diode (LED).

The tungsten-halogen is the most frequently used polymerization source in dental offices, and provides a blue light with a wavelength of approximately 400nm-500nm and an intensity of 400- 600 mW cm2. High temperatures generated by the filament necessitate the use of a ventilating fan.

LED curing lights use one or more light-emitting diodes that produce a narrow spectrum of blue light in the range of 400nm to 500nm. With much less generated heat, LEDs do not require cooling fans, enabling design of smaller, more lightweight units. Portability and convenience are further enhanced by the use of rechargeable batteries.

The high-powered LED curing light cures faster than the halogen and previous LEDs, using a single high-intensity blue LED with a larger semi-conductor crystal. An output of 1,000 mW/cm2 increases light intensity and the area of illumination, and a highly reflective, multilayer polymer mirror enables emission of this unit’s high-intensity light.

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The Translux Power Blue from Heraeus is a cable-free 5W LED high...
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Bluephase Style is capable of polymerizing all current...
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Using a patent-pending Focused Beam LED Technology, Fusion provides...
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As a curing light, the Radii Plus operates at an extremely high...
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The Elipar S10 LED Curing Light fro 3M ensures the best ultra-rapid...
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