Ivoclar Vivadent Introduces First-Ever Intelligent LED Curing Light
New Bluephase®G4 offers automated assistance system
Ivoclar Vivadent announces the introduction of the new Bluephase®G4, the first intelligent LED curing light. Bluephase G4 automated assistance system detects if the handpiece moved during the curing process and the restoration can no longer be cured reliably. Depending on the extent of movement, the Bluephase G4 Polyvision™ either emits a vibration alert to inform the operator of the error and, if necessary, automatically extends the curing time by 10%, or—if the handpiece moves too much (e.g., slips off the tooth)—interrupts the curing cycle by automatically shutting off so the cycle can be repeated correctly.
Like its Bluephase Style predecessor—the top-rated LED curing light for the last six years—the new Bluephase G4 features Polywave™ technology to enable curing of all dental materials. With the addition of innovative Polyvision™ technology, the uniquely stylish, user-friendly, and efficientBluephase G4 facilitates reliable and complete curing during polymerization procedures.
Reliable, Efficient Curing
The Bluephase G4 features a light output of 1200 mW/cm2, Polywave LED technology in a broadband spectrum of 385 to 515 nm, and a 10-mm wide light guide with a homogeneous beam profile. Additionally, the curing light is also equipped with anti-glare protection to prevent activation in open space. Combined, these capabilities contribute to exceptionally efficient use, high-quality results, and short procedure time.
Overall, the new Bluephase G4 LED curing light promotes easy handling and discreet assistance for reliable curing results and satisfied patients.
About Ivoclar Vivadent
Ivoclar Vivadent is a global leader in innovative materials and processes for quality, esthetic dentistry. The company employs over 3200 people and operates in over 120 countries throughout the world. Ivoclar Vivadent is headquartered in Schaan, Liechtenstein. Its North American headquarters is based in Amherst, NY. For more information, call 1-800-533-6825 in the U.S., 1-800-263-8182 in Canada.
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