EverLight® LED Operatory Light
True light for every procedure
In the operatory, different procedures require different kinds of light. Designed with three procedural and three intensity settings, EverLight offers a total of nine settings to assure the correct light in every procedure. Easily accessible touch pads make lighting changes quick and effortless.
Proper positioning is everything
Improper lighting contributes to 25% of fatigue. Proper lighting with the EverLight can increase production by as much as 20%. Correctly positioned operatory lighting minimizes shadows and maximizes effectiveness.Positioning
For both mandibular and maxillary procedure, the light should be in the patient’s mid-saggital plane directly above or slightly behind the patient’s oral cavity. The light line and eye line should be within 15 degrees of each other.
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