|Dental LED Surgical Lamp
|Number Of Bulbs:
|Diameter 120mm (distance For 900mm)
Hospital Dental Chair Lamp,
Veterinary Dental Chair Lamp,
28W Light Used In Dental Chair
Hospital Veterinary LED Ceiling Mounted Dental Sugical Lamp
A dental LED lamp, also known as a dental LED curing light, is a specialized device used in dentistry for polymerizing or hardening dental materials, particularly dental composites, adhesives, and sealants. It emits a specific wavelength of light, typically in the blue spectrum, to activate the photo-initiators in the dental materials, initiating the curing or hardening process.
1.LED Technology: Dental LED lamps utilize light-emitting diode (LED) technology to produce the curing light. LEDs offer several advantages over traditional halogen lamps, including longer lifespan, energy efficiency, and a more focused and consistent light output.
2.Wavelength: Dental LED lamps emit light in the blue spectrum, typically around 400 to 500 nanometers (nm). This wavelength corresponds to the absorption spectrum of the photo-initiators in dental materials, ensuring effective and efficient curing.
Light Intensity and Power Output: Dental LED lamps have adjustable light intensity or power output settings to accommodate different dental materials and clinical situations. Higher light intensity allows for faster curing, while lower intensity provides better control for more intricate procedures.
3.Curing Time: LED lamps offer fast curing times compared to traditional curing lights. The curing time can vary depending on the specific dental material being used, but LED lamps are generally capable of achieving adequate polymerization in a matter of seconds.
4.Light Guide or Tip: Dental LED lamps are typically equipped with a removable light guide or tip that directs and focuses the curing light onto the treatment area. The light guide may have different sizes or shapes to match the specific needs of various dental procedures.
5.Ergonomics: Dental LED lamps are designed with ergonomic considerations to ensure comfortable handling and ease of use for dental professionals. They often have a lightweight and balanced design, along with a comfortable grip, to reduce hand fatigue during extended procedures.
6.Battery or Corded Operation: Dental LED lamps may be powered by either rechargeable batteries or connected to a power source via a cord. Battery-powered lamps offer increased mobility and convenience, while corded lamps ensure a continuous power supply without the need for recharging.
7.Additional Features: Some dental LED lamps may include additional features such as a built-in timer to monitor the curing time, a display screen to provide information and settings, and different curing modes for specific dental materials or clinical situations.
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