TRANSILLUMINATION TO BENEFIT ANY PROCEDURE
This ergonomic new high intensity model includes new features that have been requested by many dentists.
An easy to use push button controls the dual intensity operation and provides for better visualization.
The battery has a low level indicator, and the unit has a voltage regulator to insure constant light output. It uses 2 easily available AAA batteries.
The Microlux 2 comes with either a 2 or 3mm light guide, and accepts all existing Microlux autoclaveable attachments.
The accessory light attachments are:
– 5 package of mirrors
– .75mm Proximal tip
– .75mm Perio tip
– 1mm Endo tip.
The ergonomic design provides an anti-roll feature.
• Slim Ergonomic Design
• High & Low Output Levels
• Conveniently Located Control Button
• Battery Voltage Regulator
• Battery Low Level Indicator
• Accepts All Existing Microlux Attachments
• Auto Turn Off
• Easy Handling
• Better Visualization (High Setting), Better Photos (Low Setting)
• Easy One Finger Operation
• Constant Light Output
• Advanced Notification To Change The Battery
• Multiple Applications with One Device
• The Microlux 2 Unit Will Automatically Turn Itself Off After 7 Minutes Of Use To Conserve Battery Power
Proximal Caries attachment, 2mm and 3mm Light Guide for caries detection, Endo Lite for detecting root fractures and posterior interproximal caries, Perio Lite with 3,5, and 7mm illuminated markings, 5 pack of Mirrors, Pedo Light Guide.
#3 Dental Economics, Pearls for your Practice – Joshua Austin, DDS, FAGD
#6 The Use of Fibre-Optic Transillumination in General Dental Practice – G.M. Davies
#7 Transillumination of the Oral Cavity – Dr Friedman & Dr Marcus 1970
#8 Using Fiber-Optic Transillumination as a Diagnostic Aid in Dental Practice – Dr H Strassler & Dr M Pitel
#9 Fiber Optic Transillumination Of Posterior Cases – Dr. Alessandro Devigus
“The Microlux is one of the most important illumination devices available to enhance viewing of dental tissues. I use the Microlux on every patient in which I have to evaluate tissue, including, initial exams, hygiene exams, emergencies, and clinical procedures. When used in its designed transillumination mode, many defects in teeth, which cannot be detected by direct illumination or with radiographs, can be visually identified. Using dental magnification and the Microlux in direct illumination, health and diseased tissues, dental defects, deposits, can more clearly be visualized. Evaluating restorations, both during preparation and placement and existing restorations is enhanced using direct illumination with the Microlux. I feel the Microlux is an integral devise to evaluate dental tissue and should be used routinely in patient care.”
– James R. Dunn, DDS, Auburn, CA