Finding the perfect dental headlight can be a daunting task. There's a lot to consider: short cord vs. long cord, brightness, battery life...and the list goes on.
Dr. Pinky Bharsar, a cosmetic dentist in New Jersey, was in the market for a new headlight and found herself in the same position of not knowing where to shop. That's when she decided to do her research.
After looking up a handful of dental equipment websites she stumbled upon the Omega PRO Headlight from Ultralight Optics. It checked off all the criterion needed when practicing:
Satisfied with her purchase, she decided to share her experience with the dental community on her instagram page. She also tagged us with her review which is available to watch in the video above. Below are some common questions about the Omega PRO Headlight that her viewers asked:
Question #1: Does the battery pack get hot on your neck?
Answer: Not so far but I haven't had very long procedures yet...I forget it is there.
Question #2: Is the battery pack heavy on your neck?
Answer: Surprisingly no! It is very light and I totally forget it is there. That was one big concern for me as well since I don't like heavy things especially on my ears or nose.
Question #3 Can you clip the light to safety glasses?
Answer: Hi! Yes! You can clip them to safety glasses. They will provide the adapter.
Question #4 Can we hook them on a cordless loupe?
Answer: I attach them to my design for vision loupes. They have lots of attachments and you can send a picture of your loupes to confirm.
If you have any further questions about the Omega PRO Headlight feel free to email us at: email@example.com and we'll be glad to answer. You can also follow Dr. Bharsar on her instagram channel at: @pinkytalksteeth
NEW! Omega Pro Headlight - Cordless Hybrid System
New ergonomic battery - weighs 30% lighter than our previous omega headlight system.
Hands-Free On/OFF - Chin activated button gives you full control without using contaminated gloves
Magnetic connector - attaches to the battery pack giving you freedom from long tangled cord