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The light offers easy, 2-button operation as well as a digital timer display with multiple mode selections: Boost (fast curing) and Ramp...
Ultradent’s VALO LED Curing Light uses ultra-high energy broadband LEDs to cure all dental materials and the precisely aligned beam...
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The ergonomic design includes 360-degree wand rotation and a large, 11-mm curing area. This allows the clinician to position the light...
The 3M ESPE Elipar S10 LED curing light ensures the best ultra-rapid curing with high intensity and increased optical power. This 3M...
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Bluephase Style is capable of polymerizing all current photoinitiators and materials.When asked what they liked best about Ivoclar...
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Suitable for every clinical situation, the high-performance LED unit can be used for the fast polymerization of all light-curing dental...
As a curing light, the Radii Plus operates at an extremely high intensity of 1500 mW/cm2, providing a 6 mm depth of cure, enabling a more...
Using a patent-pending Focused Beam LED Technology, Fusion provides 1500 mW/cm2 of output power. The key features of the Fusion curing...
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The design provides superior ergonomics in a wireless package featuring simple controls. One small activation button triggers a 1-second...
Lightweight and cordless, the light features 3 preprogrammed working modes and a slim body that encases cool, silent operation to enhance...
The FLASHlite Magna 4.0 is a high-powered, LED curing light from DenMat featuring an LED engine that offers the user advanced beam...
Coltolux® LED from COLTENE combines a slim curing probe with high output in a cordless, lightweight, pen-style design. Heat-sink...

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