'Why didn’t anyone think of this sooner?!'


A Q&A with Matt Oren, engineering manager at Orascoptic, on the Best of Class winner OmniOptic.


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What makes the Orascoptic OmniOptic system so special?

For the first time, telescopes are no longer fixed to your loupe. This means that magnification and frames can be upgraded independently over time, and telescopes can be interchanged at will.  

Why do you think it won the Cellerant 2017 Best of Class Award?

I think it’s both an innovative and cost-effective way for clinicians to customize their loupe based on the procedures they are performing and will want to perform in the future.

Read more: I Use That: OmniOptic

What do you think it has provided to the industry that other loupe systems have not?

The complete flexibility that comes from interchangeable telescopes and peace of mind knowing that their loupe investment can be upgraded over time.

What has been the user experience with OmniOptic loupes?

 “Why didn’t anyone think of this sooner?!”

What’s the ergonomic advantage provided by the OmniOptic system?

The OmniOptic system, like all Orascoptic loupes, works to improve posture by delivering steep angles of declination.

How does it change and improve the dental workflow?

Clinicians can now change out their magnification for each procedure without having to remove their entire loupe and headlight system.

What is one thing you really want everyone to know about OmniOptic loupes?

The design features tiny magnets to secure the telescopes quickly and easily. It’s fun to use!

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Anything else you’d like to add?

This system supports 2.5x, 3.5x, 4.5x and 5.5x power telescopes that offer a crisp image and edge-to-edge clarity across your entire field of view.


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