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MICROLUX Transilluminator

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Product features
  • For the diagnosis of caries and calculus
  • Renders root canal openings and fractures visible
  • No radiation burden
  • Mains free (battery driven)
  • Varied accessories for universal application


Light for modern diagnostic

Microlux helps in the diagnosis of caries and calculus and allows root canal openings as well as tooth and crown fractures to become visible. It creates a focussed cold light. This light is produced using high-performance light emitting diodes (LEDs) and is transmitted via a fibre optic light guide.

The significantly improved diagnostic capabilities resulting from this are accomplished without any additional X-ray imaging - a plus both for dentists and patients!


 MicroluxMicrolux 2
  
   Round shape end cap
   Triangle shape end cap
   Easy handling and anti rolling feature
   Alternate action switch in the back
   end cap   
   Conveniently located control button  
   in the front
   Uses 2 AAA batteries
   Uses 2 AAA batteries
   Accepts all AdDent light guides
   Accepts all AdDent light guides
   Single light output 2500 Lux
   Dual output levels
   high output 5000 Lux
   low output 1500 Lux
   Serial number engraved on the out-
   side of housing
   Serial number engraved on the end
   cap
   No battery replacement indicator
   Battery low level indicator:
   Microlux 2 will blink twice to let the
   doctor know, that the battery needs
   to replacing soon
   No battery voltage regulator
   Battery voltage regulator for
   constant light output
   No auto turn off
   Auto turn off feature:
   Unit turns off after 7 minutes to
   conserve battery power
   Length: 137 mm
   Diameter: 15.5 mm
   Weight: 62 grams with light guide
   Length: 155 mm
   Diameter: 14.6 mm
   Weight: 68 grams with light guide



Caries

  
 Anterior Caries
In order to diagnose frontal tooth decay, the light guide is placed in the cervical area on the labial surface of the tooth and the view from the lingual perspective is assessed.


Glass light guide Ø 2 or 3 mm

  Posterior Caries
In order to diagnose caries in lateral and posterior teeth, the light guide is placed in the cervical area upon the tooth. Caries presents itself as a dark shadow on the occlusal surface.

Glass light guide Ø 2 or 3 mm


   Approximal Caries
For the diagnosis of approximal caries in the lateral and posterior teeth, the thin endo-fibers are used.


Endo-Lite (1 mm)



Root Canal Orifice

   The light guides are used for localising root canal openings. The Endo attachment is used to display and illuminate the canal courses.


Glass light guide Ø 2 or 3 mm


Root Fracture

   With suspected root fracture, an endo-fiber placed buccally or lingually in the sulcus ensures clarity.



Endo-lite (1 mm)


Periodontial disease

   Perio-fiber with length markings (3, 5 and 7 mm) for determining pocket depth and visualising subgingival calculus.


Perio-Probe (Ø 0,75 mm)



Prophylaxis

   The fiber optic light guide reveals subgingival calculus as dark shadows.



Glass light guide Ø 2 or 3 mm






Available as:

   Microlux introductory set
Handpiece with a black glass light guide (Ø 3 mm),
batteries, clip

   Microlux introductory set
Handpiece with a black glass light guide (Ø 2 mm),
batteries, clip




Accessories

  • Fiber light guide for Endo (50 pieces)
  • Fiber light guide for Perio (50 pieces)
  • Fiber light guide for Caries (25 pieces)
  • Hygienic protective covers for 2 and 3 mm light guides (box with 250 pieces)
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