Your Lights, Your Materials, and Your Curing Times all in one Place!
“Knowing the proper curing times for our materials is paramount to positive results for our patients. The checkUP system gives us that level of confidence. It’s a real game changer!”
DR. DOUG LAMBERT, DDS
of restorations failed out of a study of 500,000 cases²
of test results identify the need for changes to clinical protocol¹
An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure
We know there are a lot of complexities when it comes to the lights and materials you use on a daily basis. checkUP takes the guesswork out of light curing and lets you get back to focusing on ensuring patients leave feeling happy and fulFILLed.
You can now accurately and routinely monitor the output of your curing lights, track your list of materials, and generate precise curing times based on each light reading. The goal? To help you cure with confidence.
Save time - Get precise and accurate curing times for each material you use
Save money - Avoid un-billable chair time with returning patients
Increase patient outcomes
Organize your materials in one place (no need to search for IFUs)
50% of all dental income relies on the successful use of light-cured dental materials³
Every brand and shade of light-cured composite requires a specific “dose” of blue light to polymerize
Incomplete polymerization leads to increasing clinical problems (fracture, secondary decay, de-bonding, discoloration) and post-op sensitivity (Reference PDF)
Overheating can damage the soft tissue and lead to postoperative issues (secondary caries, damage of pulp) (Reference PDF)
checkUP is powered by artificial intelligence that leverages a database of over 1 million data points on light and materials in clinical use globally
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Our technologies have been featured in
International Association for Dental Research. (2015). Curing Light Outputs,Protocols and Composite Requirements at 422 Dental Offices. #3400.
Burke, J. T., & Lucarotti, P. S. K. (2009). How long do direct restorations placed within the general dental services in England and Wales survive? British Dental Journal, 206: E2.
American Dental Association. (2007). 2005-06 Survey of Dental Services Rendered. 1–181.