Bryant Dental’s Measurement Application May Change the Way Clinicians Shop for Loupes


Online management system is designed to allow customers to conveniently order the right loupes from the comfort of their home.

Bryant Dental’s Measurement Application May Change the Way Clinicians Shop for Loupes

British MedTech start-up Bryant Dental has released a measurement application designed to allow clinicians to order custom loupes from the comfort of their home. The online measurement system allows these sophisticated measurements to be completely automated, allowing dentists, hygienists, and surgeons a convenient buying option and giving Bryant Dental instant access to the global market, the company says.

One example of this is the launch of their Refractives, a pioneering ergo-loupe, online as an e-commerce product. This move has given the company access to 20 new countries in just a few months, without distributors or subsidiaries. This measurement application is the latest in a string of novel releases and may change the way customers shop for loupes, which are commonly used by dentists and hygienists.

Due to their bespoke nature, the buying process for loupes traditionally involves customers being measured in person by a sales representative, followed often by a lengthy production process.

Built by an in-house team of artificial intelligence engineers, this patent-pending application uses hundreds of facial points to map the user’s face in real-time. From this, the application can generate a 3D scan and extract 12 highly accurate measurements.

“A key value of our business has always been to question the status quo and improve it where possible. We’re confident that this is the future of loupes and we’re excited to lead the charge into a tech-driven future,” says Co-CEO Dr Priyam Patel.

Bryant Dental plans to use this patent-pending measurement application to access more markets and sectors, bringing loupes to thousands more clinicians. The company plans to release version 2 of the measurement application, which will include a full spinal scan to assess posture, sometime in 2024.

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