Applying DenMat's FLASHlite Magna 4.0 LED curing light in your practice

October 5, 2012

Featuring the same small, lightweight design, the FLASHlite Magna 4.0 is powered by a new LED engine that offers advanced beam collimation.

Featuring the same small, lightweight design, the FLASHlite Magna 4.0 is powered by a new LED engine that offers advanced beam collimation.

This curing light is described as powerful yet simple, and is well suited for curing veneers, orthodontic brackets and large restorative cases. The ergonomic pen-style construction is said to minimize clinician strain and patient discomfort.

Maximized Curing Power: Proprietary optics reduce divergence of the beam to maximize curing power in deep preps with more focused, more powerful and more effective curing. The curing light has an average output of 1,300 mW/cm2 with a 10 mm beam width.

Posterior Curing Simplified: The shortened head angle allows easy access to posterior teeth and decreases patient discomfort. The wide beam width eliminates the extra curing time required to overlap exposures on a large restoration.

It Saves Time: With single-button simplicity, high-speed curing and ergonomic design, the curing light saves valuable chairtime for clinician and patient.

Added Plus: This curing light features an advanced lithium-ion battery for hours of hassle free operation and 10,000 hour LEDs that cure all CQ materials quickly and efficiently.