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Flight Dental Systems Polaris LED Dental Operating Light The Polaris LED dental operating light provides free movement as a result of its...
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Palmero Health Care's Bryte-Syte Oralume, a disposable LED lighted mirror and transillumination system, uses high-intensity, heat-free...
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• More light for larger areas • Rotates 360° at base, 2 flex-joints • Easily converts from clamp-on to desktop use • OttLite TrueColor...
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The Adjustable Arm Magnifying Lamp fro Handler can be placed on a tabletop for magnifying power with fluorescent light.
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Adjustable intensity levels of 15,000 Lux, 25,000 Lux, and 30,000 Lux at 5,000 K are able to flood the patient’s oral cavity with a...
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The 60 LED lights never need to be replaced and there is no color distortion and the light is evenly distributed. Professional work areas...
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The SingLED Operatory Light features a computer-designed faceted reflector with a single LED that lasts 10 times longer than conventional...
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The handles are over-molded with santoprene for increased comfort and grip, and a dichroiccoated reflector filters out infrared rays. The...

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  • Julie Cullen

    A friend and I play a game sometimes when we’re waiting in line at a movie or in a restaurant for food. It’s called “forced choice.” For example, we might be standing in line at the concession stand in a movie theater and my friend will say, “Forced choice: Good & Plenty or Sweet Tarts,” knowing I hate both candies. I’ll choose Sweet Tarts and...

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  • Marie

    Patients’ mouths have notoriously bad lighting. So bringing your own is essential. But does it really matter what type of light you use? Spoiler alert: Yes, it does matter. Having light in the operatory that is even, accurate and safe is important for both patient and dentist alike. While examining a patient, a dentist needs to be able to see...

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  • Marie

    There are some telltale signs of plastic surgery: skin that looks too tight over the face, lips that look unnaturally puffy, expressions that look permanently frozen or surprised. In short, the elements of the face don’t naturally blend together anymore. In dentistry, one of the ways someone can tell that a tooth has been restored is that the...

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  • Marie

    One of the single most important things you can do as a dental professional is alert your patient to the presence of a life-threatening disease. According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, nearly 50,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer every year, and the cancer kills one every hour of every day. Unfortunately, that figure is projected to...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    I’m not a design guru and, frankly, don’t have a creative bone in my body, but I sure did have fun designing my own dental operatory on Belmont Equipment’s website! When planning a new office or remodeling your existing space, Belmont’s Design Center is a perfect way to envision exactly what your new setup will look like. Here’s how you can...

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  • Allison Walker

    The Spark lightweight, cordless headlight from Orsascoptic can work with virtually any loupe of model/frame of eyewear. The way it is engineered dispenses weight evenly across the bridge of eyewear frames, which mimimizes any pressure on the practitioner’s nose. When used in conjunction with loupes, the Spark reduces shadowing in the field of...

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