A beautiful, bright smile not only looks nice, but it also shows to the rest of the world that you are concerned about your health. Because many patients are concerned about their appearance and smile these days, every Dental professional's mission is to improve the patient's teeth in terms of beauty, health, and function. This is referred to as aesthetic Dentistry, which is a blend of Art and Science.

The popularity of Tooth-Coloured Restorative materials has resulted in fast growth in the usage of resins in recent years. For advantages such as Aesthetics, Superior Physical Qualities, and Operator Control over the working duration, light polymerizable Tooth-Coloured Restorative materials are most widely used. 

In terms of Material Science, dentistry has made huge strides in the recent few decades. There has been a parallel evolution in Dental Light Cure Units with the advent of Modern Materials & Techniques in cavity restoration, veneering, orthodontic bonding treatments, and pits fissure sealing, all of which rely on the polymerization of Resin Cement.

Dental restorations with common dental cement:

Many Dentists use a glass slab and a cement spatula to Mix Dental Cement (Powder & Liquid) and place them in the prepared cavity in the oral cavity in a diverse dental practice. This isn't as simple as it appears. It comes with a slew of issues that a dentist must deal with.

  • Less working time
  • Non-aesthetic cement (Amalgam/Silver filling) or more whitish (GIC)
  • More patient cooperation required
  • More of suction and isolation
  • Waiting hour of the patient for cement setting
  • More chance of failure
  • Less strength of the cement
  • More chair-side time of the dentist

Dental Light Cure Units: