Although dental whitening lamps are one option for whitening teeth, they may not be the best. And is it even the most durable? How can you tell if the whitening lamp you choose is the best for you and your practice? Sometimes it can be difficult to see the specifications and decide which features to choose when so many products offer the same features. Are you aware of the key settings that you should be looking for when selecting a whitening light?
The best whitening lamp features:
The number of options that each patient has to whiten their teeth can often reflect the quality of a lamps.
However, there are some other criteria that help differentiate whitening lamps.
You can find these devices in many sizes and weights. They almost all have casters. We will concentrate on the functionality of the arm joints, and the ease with which we can use the device without feeling overwhelmed.
To best suit each patient, some whitening lamps include functions for adjusting operating times and colour change.
The LED can project more colours, increasing the wavelength. This allows for patients to be treated more or less effectively depending upon their sensitivity.
A ventilator in a lamp will give you more comfort, but the ventilator may make it annoying to hear.
To avoid any sensitization of patient’s teeth, heat must be produced in a reasonable amount.