Intelligent LED light – carefree curing
Patented Polyvision technology is your personal assistant when it comes to curing dental materials.
This automatic assistance system helps you achieve reliable curing results. The curing light automatically detects movement of the handpiece during the light-curing procedure. It alerts the user of the improper operation by vibrating and automatically extends the exposure time by 10 per cent, if necessary. If the movement may prevent the material from curing properly, the light will automatically interrupt the exposure cycle so that it can be repeated. Bluephase PowerCure comes with active anti-glare protection to prevent the light from being activated in open space.
Bluephase PowerCure forms a part of the "Direct Restoratives" product category. The products of this category cover the procedure involved in the direct restoration of teeth – from preparation to restoration care. The products are optimally coordinated with each other and enable successful processing and application.
When direct Class I and II restorations are placed in permanent posterior teeth, 3-second exposures from the occlusal aspect are sufficient for all curing steps with the Bluephase PowerCure in the 3sCure mode. Simply expose Adhese Universal, Tetric PowerFill[1-4] and Tetric PowerFlow to the light-intensity of 3,000 mW/cm2 produced by the curing light. You will notice right away that the curing time you require is considerably reduced. At the same time, you will continue to achieve the customary high-quality esthetic results. Find out more information in the scientific documentation available in the Download Center.
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 W. Palin, Polymerization characteristics of Tetric EvoCeram Bulk Fill and F-Composite 2, Study Report, Birmingham (UK), 2015.
 W. Palin, M. Hadis, High irradiance polymerization of "flash-cured" resin composites, Study Report, Birmingham (UK), 2018.
 N. Ilie, Characteristics of composite and curing unit, Presentation, Munich, 2018.