Curing Lights

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Dentamerica Inc.
Dentsply Sirona Restorative
EELE LABORATORIES, LLC
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Henry Schein
Kerr Dental
O'Ryan Industries
Patterson Dental
Rolence Enterprise Inc.
Tpc Advanced Technology, Inc.
Vector R & D Inc.
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VALO LED Curing Light

Ultradent Products, Inc.

Ultradent’s VALO LED Curing Light uses ultra-high energy broadband LEDs to cure all dental materials and the precisely aligned beam delivers a constant cure. The slim design of the VALO LED curing...

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It is equipped with the extended-life 80-W OptiBulb and includes 8-mm turbo and 11-mm standard light guides. The Optilux 501 cures all...
The unit provides 4 curing modes—boost, ramp, conventional, or bleach—and a built-in radiometer. The LCD screen displays curing output...
The QHL75 curing unit offers an easyhandling, pistol-grip, ergonomic design.
Coltolux 75 curing light from COLTENE offers state-of-the-art optics that provides a high power curing energy from a conventional halogen...
Bonart introduced its conventional ART-L2 halogen lamp curing light in 2002 to meet customer demand and needs.
The Power Light 100 from TPC offers a light intensity of 600 mW/ cm² to cure all composites in 15 to 20 seconds.
Coltolux® 75 curing light from COLTENE offers state-of-the-art optics that provide high power curing energy from a conventional halogen...
Litex 680A Curing Light from Dentamerica • 75W, 12V tungsten halogen lamp • Internally mounted super-cool fan for continuous duty •...
The Power Light 150 offers a 400 to 500 nm wavelength, 8 mm light guide, LCD display, 75 W halogen bulb, and an ultra quiet fan.
The built-in radiometer with LED indicator ensures accurate light intensity. The infrared filter reduces heat and patient discomfort, and...
The unit sports fullpower and ramp-up modes, and each mode has 3 preprogrammed curing increments. Curing time will also adjust to...
Gradia is a light cured micro-ceramic composite system for crown and bridge, inlays, onlays and veneers. This micro-fine,...

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