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How to Use Dental Eye Loupes?

Dental eye loupes are magnifying glasses worn by dentists to magnify everything they see in the mouth. There are two basic reasons for wearing these glasses. First, vision is improved simply because everything in the field of view is much larger.

1. The use of dental magnifiers: What are dental loupes?

What are dental eye loupes? Dental eye loupes are tools used by dentists and dental hygienists to enhance their ability to visualize things that cannot be seen with the naked eye. Before the dental operating microscope, magnifying glasses were invented in the 1980s to improve the success of surgical endodontics. Those glasses you see are called dental magnifieres. A magnifier is a special kind of magnifying glass. Some dentists choose to use a magnifier to help them see finer details when doing exams or certain types of procedures.

2. The use of dental magnifier: how to use?

Doctors use modern technology and equipment such as X-ray machines, lasers, drills, brushes, scalpels and other medical tools when performing dental procedures.They also wear protective gear like gloves, masks and glasses to prevent the spread of germs or germs.

Binocular magnifiers with bayonet: On the other hand, magnifiers embedded in glass lenses need to be customized according to the user's visual parameters, so they are more expensive, and these magnifiers have the advantage of being lighter in weight.

Adaptable dental eye loupes: How do I use dental eye loupes ? There are dental eye loupes that can be used with or without glasses, they can also be used with clip-on frames, they have the advantage of being less expensive, and the user can adapt to their anatomy.

Illuminated dental eye loupes: Illuminated dental eye loupes with built-in LED lights or other types of light are useful when a dentist wants to illuminate the working field, especially where there is a lot of depth or where space is reduced.It is important to know not only the quality, but also how long it will last on a charge.

3. How is a dental magnifier made?

They are made of biconvex crown glass joined together by two meniscus lenses of clear flint glass.A common hand magnifying glass used in mineralogy or gemmology is the 10x magnifying glass.A typical watchmaker or jeweler's magnifying glass is uncorrected for 2 to 3 times magnification.Head Mounted Magnifiers: These adjustable diameter, visor type, interchangeable lenses, are lightweight and functional.

4. The classification of dental magnifiers

(1) According to the different wearing methods of dental magnifier, it can be divided into head-mounted type and glasses type.

Glasses can be divided into TTL (Through The Lens) and Flip-up (Flip-up).The eyepiece of the lens tube of the former passes through the carrying eyepiece (generally refers to the eyeglass lens); the latter is fixed on the front end of the glasses in the form of a hinge, which can be turned up and down.

(2) According to the different optical principles of dental magnifier , it can be divided into Galileo type and Kepler type.

The Galileo magnifier is small in size, and its magnification is generally 2.5 times (maximum 3.2 times).Due to its optical characteristics, the edge image will be deformed, so it is not recommended to use a Galileo magnifier exceeding 2.8 times.It is usually customized, the interpupillary distance is not adjustable, and it is dedicated to a person.

Kepler-type magnifying glass is also called prism magnifying glass, which can provide 3.2-8 times magnification, and can obtain clear edge images, and the interpupillary distance can be adjusted.

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