Fluoresce HD dual Wavelength 

THE COUPLING that does it all!

ONE Coupling, TWO Lights. White light for standard use, blue light for fluoresce caries detection. The new Fluoresce HD Dual Wavelength comes with a standard LED white light but with the flick of a switch it can emit a high intensity 405 nm UV LED light. Now your high-speed handpieces can be used for the detection of caries, restoration materials and tartar.

Available NOW for Multiflex users.

FREE Demonstration enquiry form

Located in melbourne?

Are you based in Melbourne? Do you have Kavo Connection?

If you answered yes to both questions, then you are eligible to receive a FREE in-surgery Fluoresce HD Dual Wavelenght coupling demonstration with an experienced Medi-Dent sales representative who will visit you on a day that suits you best.

Located outside melbourne?

Not in Melbourne?

That's OK. If you have Kavo Connection in your surgery and you would like to learn more about Fluoresce HD Dual Wavelength coupling and Lares handpieces line with integrated caries detection, fill in our FREE demonstration enquiry form and we will contact you to schedule your demonstration on a day and time that suits you best.


chair time savings

During caries removal, the 405 nm lights causes porphyrins emitted by cares to fluoresce orange and red, leaving healthy teeth green, this minimises removal of healthy tooth structures and reduces risk of breakage. No need for probing, caries indicator dye, DiagnoCam photos etc., saving you time with this single instrument preparation.


minimized invasiveness

When using the Fluoresce HD coupling for caries excavations, dentists have achieved better combination of excavation time and successful removal of infected dentin compared to conventional methods.


improved accuracy

The Fluoresce HD coupling allows dentists to detect tooth-coloured restorations more accurately and efficiently allowing for a non-invasive diagnostic procedure. No more misdiagnosis or false positives. No more excessive or unnecessary removal of tooth structures during restorative procedures.