Dental and hygienist procedures require precision. It requires great vision and optimal eyesight. Magnifying loupes for dentists, students, hygienists and others in the dental profession will help you achieve this, and adding dental loupes to your work routine will allow you to perform professionally without compromising on your own body and working environment.
The most frequent reason for dentists and dental hygienists leaving their job prematurely is pain and injury caused by bad working environment. Fortunately, it does not have to be that way. The solution is optical.
Dental examinations and procedures require precision, and your eyes are your primary instrument. Therefore, many dentists and dental hygienists tend to crouch over the patient to be close enough to see their work. With magnifying dental loupes, you are able to see your precision work from a good and upright working position. A position that spares your body and secures a better, ergonomic, working posture.
All magnifying dental loupes from ExamVision are designed by optometrists and customised to the individual dentist, hygienist or student. Each solution is based on individual eyesight, need for magnification as well as physical working environment such as distance and tools and facilities available in the dental clinic.
Improve your working environment with dental loupes
One of the main benefits of working with magnifying loupes designed for dentists and dental hygienists is an immediate improvement in working posture. Without loupes, dentists and dental hygienists tend to work in crouched, uncomfortable positions that lead to chronic pains in the neck and lower part of back.
By including magnifying dental loupes in your toolbox, your working environment will improve significantly – in the short as well as in the long term.
Customised magnifying loupes for individual needs
Our team of optometrists and highly trained specialists can help you get the right level of magnification for your dental loupes. Based on your requirements and our expertise, we will guide you and customise the perfect dental loupe solution for you – a solution that is uniquely fitted for your eyes while facilitating a superior ergonomic position.
To support you and your working day in the best possible way, we offer Monofocal carrier lenses, Bifocal Straight line lenses, Bifocal Duoline lenses as well as Multifocal carrier lenses (Multifocal lenses are also known as Progressive lenses). It is also possible to customise the lenses in the dental loupe oculars to match your prescription. Learn more about our optical solutions.
No matter the prescription, we only use the best lenses and optics available. This include coatings to protect against harmful UV-light, to reduce reflections and make the lenses resistant to scratches and smudges. You can see more about the measurements taken to protect your eyes here.
Loupe magnification for dental precision
A crucial prerequisite for performing modern dental procedure and operation techniques is vision. Of course, eyesight and age are important elements in this – but having the right optical solution, using prescription in both carrier lenses and loupe oculars is vital in order to have a clear vision.
Having the proper level of magnification will help you perform better in all dental examinations and procedures whether you're a dentist, hygienist or student. Therefore, we will always examine your vision and physical working environment before designing your dental loupes. However, in general we recommend these magnifications for dental precision:
All in all, we offer a range if 13 magnifications within four dental loupe systems. See our wide range of magnifications here.
Ergonomic guidance for dentists working with loupes
Part of our service, when you order a dental loupe solution with us, is an examination of your ergonomic working environment; Our team of experts will guide you in all aspects of ergonomics to optimize your physical working environment for you and your colleagues while finding the best loupe solution for you, whether you work as a dentist, hygienist or student. Among other elements, our focus is on your working position and working distance with the proper adjustment of your dental chair – to support your neck and back – but also your eyesight. We also look into the possibilities to place tools and equipment smarter, sufficient and good lightning as well as examine the options for protection of your eyesight from harmful UV and blue-violet light. Further, we will also look into optimizing your working position by placing your patients in a different way.
Prolonged periods of working in static postures will cause significant pains and injuries. Therefore, our team of experts will also give you and your colleagues advice and guidance on how to change your working positions on a regular basis and provide you with stretching exercises.
Not only will this focus on work-life ergonomics help you achieve better treatment results, faster procedures, happy well-treated patients – it will also ensure a safe and sound working environment and improve your work satisfaction – and you will feel the difference in the short as well as in the long term.
Age affects your eyesight
People under 40 years of age very often have close to perfect eyesight, and the eyes are able to adjust to changes quite quickly. Therefore, people within this age-range will have a large depth of field and will rarely need dental loupes with more than 3.0x magnification. If the eyesight is not flawless, both carriers and oculars can be customised with the right prescriptions in order to compensate.
Turning 40, the eyesight will gradually be weakened. To be able to perform dental examinations and procedures, you will need an optical loupe solution to compensate and continue to work with precision. Our magnifying loupes will enforce your actual eyesight but can also be altered to continuous changes in your eyesight. This is very important when choosing the best dental loupe solution for a long career as a dentist or hygienist.
No matter your age and prescription, all our customised dental loupes are designed by optometrists, produced in Denmark and fitted to individual needs and practices by local optical professionals across the world.