Operatory Light Designed to Offer Optimal Visual Acuity and Ergonomics



NEWBERG, Ore–To be unveiled at the Chicago Dental Society’s 2012 Midwinter Meeting, the new A-dec LED dental operatory light, designed to offer optimal visual acuity and treatment-room ergonomics, is now available to doctors worldwide.

            A-dec’s advanced light-emitting diode (LED) technology has been optically engineered specifically for dentists and the dental operatory, and the A-dec LED stands alone in the market because of how well it reduces eye strain and provides optimal ergonomics while ensuring ample illumination, clarity, and depth during treatment.

            Adjustable intensity levels of 15,000 lux, 25,000 lux, and 30,000 lux at 5,000K are able to flood the oral cavity with a consistently neutral white light for true-to-life tones, which help practitioners diagnose clearly, and the light’s cure-safe mode emits a brilliant yellow light at 25,000 lux, enabling the dental team to work effectively without curing photo-initiated resins.

            To reduce eye strain, the light’s “stadium effect” mitigates shadows and maintains a uniform light pattern, while its unencumbered controls, unparalleled positionability, and fluid movement combine to create outstanding ergonomics. For more information, call Paula Vogel, A-dec, at (800) 547-1883 ([503] 538-7478 worldwide), or visit a-dec.com.