PenCure 2000

PenCure 2000 In a class of its own: Highly concentrated light in a cordless handpiece.

Can I be sure that my filling material will harden reliably using PenCure?

Specialists agree that the best solution is achieved with blue light in a wavelength range from 410 to 500 nm. The light initiator (camphorquinone) in the filling materials reacts reliably within this range. PenCure fulfils all these requirements without any wear on the light source.

What about the performance of PenCure?

Both our models excel with a variety of performance specifications:

  • PenCure 2000: 1.000 and 2.000 mW/cm²
  • PenCure VL-7: 1.000 mW/cm²
Why do I need a new curing light in my practice at all?

Modern filling materials today have a high level of ceramic content. This increases the wear resistance considerably. At the same time, these materials polish well. However, this calls for a light that works reliably at depth. Standard halogen lights – as well as LED lights with a high level of spreading loss in the light ray – can not provide this performance.

Does the light intensity have any influence on being able to polish the filling plastics?

Yes. The rapid and deep hardening of PenCure minimizes the inhibition layer.

Which materials can be hardened with the PenCure?

PenCure is a universal polymerization unit for composites, compomers and light-hardening glasionomer cements. The wavelengths in the emitting light conform precisely with the spectrum of the camphorquinone photoinitiators.

Can the pulp be damaged by excessive heat development?

A maximum heat increase of around 5,5° C is clinically acceptable in the area of the pulp. PenCure fulfils these criteria – so that damage to tissue is practically eliminated.