DENTAL LED CURING LIGHTS
Dynatech Industrial Tips:
Read how to choose your next Curing Light
GOOD TO KNOW:
It is best practice to use lights with intensity values in the range of 750 / 2,000 milliwatts per square centimetre.
The blue-only LED light activates a photoinitiator in the restorative material called camphorquinone.
The light you choose should be comfortable in your hands and easy for you to maneuver
CURING MODES :
FULL: Usually the highest power the light will generate.
RAMP: Start curing at low power (usually about 150mW/cm2), followed by a linear increase to a higher power (usually maximum of light)
PULSE: power cycles on and off every second or so from the beginning of curing.