Prevent premature composite curing while working in a natural light environment.
The TrueLight Mode in ZEISS EXTARO 300 inhibits the premature polymerization of widely used contemporary light curing composites under the microscope, giving you more time to finish complex modeling tasks, known from the existing Orange Color Mode. The new optimized color balance of the TrueLight Mode now allows you to identify relevant dental tissues in a natural, white-light setting.
Analyze and restore teeth without distracting reflections.
As the first device to combine polarized illumination with magnification, the NoGlare Mode in ZEISS EXTARO 300 allows you to precisely analyze the color shades of a tooth. The cross polarization capability visualizes fine but relevant details such as color nuances. It effectively suppresses obtrusive light reflections from the tooth surface.
Application image courtesy of Oscar Freiherr von Stetten, Stuttgart, Germany