Posted by: ajaxblogger | April 12, 2010

Dentist Supplies: Exploring Your Curing Light Options

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LED B. Curing Light

When you’re shopping for dental supplies online, some purchases are harder to make than others. Selecting a dental curing light, for example, requires extra care, as your decision should take into account both quality and price, in addition to your personal preferences. Read on for some key attributes to look for in curing lights.

Power: A strong power output will help you create proper cures in even the most hard-to-reach areas. Of course, the location, thickness, and surface area of your sealants will vary, so flexibility is also important. This is why many dentists prefer curing lights with three or four power settings.

LED Technology: It’s hard to argue against LED curing lights. These dentist supplies are generally more affordable and compact than their predecessors, and the LED bulbs do not have to be replaced as often. They also require less energy, which is good for the environment.

Shape & Size: This is where personal preference comes into play. Some dentists prefer lightweight curing lights, while others are more concerned with investing in cordless models. When making your decision, think about what kind of machine would feel the most comfortable in your hands.

While browsing www.DealonDental.com, be sure to check out the LED B. Curing Light, a cordless tool featuring a rechargeable battery, 1000mW/cm² of power output, and four time settings (5, 10, 15, and 20 seconds). At 10 seconds, the LED B. will solidify composites to a minimum depth of 4mm, and a single full battery charge guarantees over 430 uses at that same speed.

And, like all of our dentist supplies, the LED B. Curing Light is available at a discounted price and protected under our Three Point Pledge!

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Responses

  1. The last thing you want to do is get an inferior curing light. You can really tell the difference with the LED if you’re accustomed to some of the older lights.


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