Polymerization light

April 1, 2000
Vivadent introduces Astralis 7, a new premier polymerization light. It features three different programs, which adjust the light intensity to the clinical situation at hand.

Vivadent introduces Astralis 7, a new premier polymerization light. It features three different programs, which adjust the light intensity to the clinical situation at hand.

Astralis 7 is not affected by voltage fluctuations and is always ready to use - electronic controls compensate for voltage fluctuations and ensure consistent performance.

For more information on Astralis 7, contact Ivoclar North America at (800) 533-6825 in the U.S., (800) 263-8182 in Canada, or send an e-mail to [email protected].

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