What is Dental Headlight? What Types Of Dental Headlights Are There?
Dentists are very familiar with dental headlights. They use it to examine the patient’s teeth or gums in detail. The dental headlight is also called a dentist’s light, dental lamp, or dental loupe.
The dental headlight is a device that helps you to see the details of teeth and gums in your mouth. It is also called a dental lamp, dentist’s lamp, or dental illuminator. The dental lamp emits white light which makes it easy to see all the details of your teeth. It has been in use for many years now and has helped many people with their dental problems.
There are many types of dental headlamps available in the market today, but they all serve one purpose which is to make it easier for you to detect any problem in your mouth. Some of the most commonly used types of dental lamps are halogen bulb lights and LED lights.
LED dental headlight:
LED dental lights are more energy efficient and have a longer lifespan than halogen lights. They also tend to be brighter, which is an advantage for those working in small areas or with sensitive eyes.
Halogen dental headlight:
Halogen lights are cheaper than LED lights but less energy efficient and have a shorter lifespan. They also tend to be dimmer than LED lights, which can be an issue if you’re trying to see deep cavities or fillings on your patient’s teeth.
Why LED Dental Headlights Will Become The Choice Of More Dentists?
Roson‘s 3W wireless headlight uses LED bulbs as its light source. LED bulbs are a common and popular choice in dental lighting. LED dental lights have many benefits over other types of dental lights. They last longer, they use less energy and they are more cost-effective in the long run. Here are some of the other advantages of using LED dental headlights:
Consume less power:
The first advantage is that LED dental headlights consume less power than others(such as halogen bulbs). This means that they don’t heat up as much, which also means that they don’t burn out as often either. You can expect an LED to last at least twice as long as a halogen bulb. Roson‘s 3W wireless headlight uses a 3W bulb, and the low voltage makes it more stable. Its lumen value is ≥12000Lux (200mm).
Produce less heat:
Another advantage of LED dental headlights is that they produce less heat than halogen bulbs do. This makes them safer to use in the close quarters of your dental chair and reduces the risk of burns or other injuries if you accidentally bump into one while working on a patient.
Faster curing time:
LEDs have a much faster curing time than halogen or xenon bulbs. This means that you can do more procedures during each sitting and increase your profits. It also means that patients will not be required to spend as much time in the chair waiting for their fillings or crowns to be finished.
Better color rendering:
LEDs produce light with high color rendering index (CRI). This means that colors will appear brighter and more natural when seen under LED lighting conditions compared with other types of light sources such as halogen or xenon bulbs. This means that dental professionals will be able to see how their work looks on their patients’ teeth better than before with other types of lighting systems.
The color temperature of Roson‘s 3W wireless headlight is 4000~5000K, and the color rendering index is 80. These are all professional optical structure designs, which make the light distribution clearer and brighter.
Convenience: Wireless Design Headlight
The wireless design of Roson‘s 3W wireless headlight is convenient for dentists to use. The wireless design of the headlight saves dentists from tangled wires when they are operating on patients’ teeth. It also reduces redundant cables and wires, which will make it easier for them to operate on patients’ teeth smoothly.
In addition, the integrated design of its light and power battery makes it easy to replace batteries when they run out of power. This will ensure that dentists can enjoy long service life from this product.
What’s more, the net weight of 430g allows operators to wear it easily during operations. Therefore, it will not put an extra burden on them during dental treatments.
You just put the 3W wireless headlight on your head and adjust it a bit. Very easy!
Roson 3W Wireless Headlight Has A Long Service Life:
As a common dental light, dentists use the headlight many times a day, and the lighting time is also very long. Usually, the headlight has to last and work long enough so that dentists don’t have to recharge it as often. The DC charging time of Roson‘s 3W wireless headlight is 5 hours, and the DC power supply time is 4h+2h. This means that in the daily work of the dentist, this lamp can be charged once every two days or so, which saves you a lot of trouble.
What’s more, it has a lifespan of up to 50,000h. That’s 10 times longer than the average lifetime of other bulbs! With this 3W wireless headlight, you’ll never have to worry about replacing a burned-out bulb again!
Why Choose Roson:
Roson‘s 3W wireless headlight is well-received and one of their best-selling dental devices. As a professional dental equipment supplier with nearly 20 years of production experience, Roson will be your most reliable partner.
Roson has high-quality products and can provide you with professional OEM and ODM services! Helping every dental clinic to better serve customers has always been Roson‘s pursuit.