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Dental clinic light from Dentled

– why lighting quality is important in a dental clinic

Treating a patient’s teeth and oral cavity is a highly responsible activity and requires error-free work. Dentists, oral hygienists and dental technicians perform precision work here in a relatively small work environment.

The optimal practice lighting: as close as possible to daylight

Choosing the right work lighting plays a decisive role in relaxed and fatigue-free patient treatment. Consequences of incorrect workplace lighting are often burning eyes, tiredness, difficulty concentrating, poor contrast representation and insufficient color perception during treatment. In addition, the lighting conditions in the practice make a significant contribution to the well-being of the patient.

The treatment area of ​​a dental practice is usually kept in bright, friendly and clean-looking white tones. Glare-free, daylight-like LED lighting with a color temperature of 4,200 to 6,000 Kelvin supports the hygienic impression and offers optimal operating conditions for the practice staff.

The dental operating light works on average with a brightness of 20,000-25,000 lux, modern devices even in the dimming range from 8,000 to 55,000 lux. To avoid the tunnel effect, the hard transition from working to ambient light, the lighting of the entire working environment should be at least 2,000 lux increase.

The recognition of colors and contrasts is crucial for the work precision of the treating practice staff. For successful dental treatment, the artificial working light must come as close as possible to daylight and provide a color rendering index (CRI = Color Rendering Index) of more than 90%.

Dentled Dental clinic treatment room lighting PHM

Flicker-free light for concentrated patient treatment

Working for hours in a dental practice places high demands on the fatigue-free eyesight of the employees. A flicker-free workplace lighting forms an important basis for this. For physical reasons, dimmed LED lights work with pulse width modulation, i. H. they turn on and off every microsecond.

Although not consciously recognizable, the human eye has to counteract this change in light. The higher the frequency, the less strenuous this work is for the eye. Lighting that works at 100 Hz offers optimal light for concentrated treatment. This also guarantees the flicker-free use of camera systems.

Optimal light from Dentled

The lighting system from Dentled fully meets the requirements described and offers the comprehensive and perfect lighting concept for a successful dental practice.