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16 February 2019

Bluephase G4: Ivoclar Vivadent has developed the first ever intelligent Bluephase

Stylish, reliable and clever: that’s Bluephase G4 – the first Bluephase curing light featuring an automated assistance system. For even better results.


Sound materials and reliable equipment are indispensable for achieving successful direct and indirect restorations. Here is something that many are not aware of, though: the precision with which the light-curing process is performed has also a substantial effect on the durability of composite restorations. This is where the Bluephase G4 - the latest curing light from Ivoclar Vivadent - comes in. The fourth generation of the Bluephase family does not only look stylish but it also offers a new and uniquely user-friendly feature: Polyvision technology. 

Vibration alerts users to application error 
Polyvision technology enables the Bluephase G4 to detect if the handpiece is moved during the exposure process and if the restoration can no longer be cured reliably. If this happens, the light emits a vibration alert to inform the operator of the error and, if necessary, automatically extends the exposure time by 10 per cent. If the handpiece moves too much – for example the light guide slips out of the oral cavity - the light automatically switches off so that the curing procedure can be repeated correctly. The advantages for the operator are: easy handling, discreet assistance, reliable curing results and satisfied patients. 

A curing light that communicates with the operator
With its automated assistance system, the Bluephase G4 represents a whole new generation of curing lights that can do both: cure reliably and communicate with their operators. The curing light offers a light output of 1200 mW/cm2, polywave LED technology in a broadband spectrum of 385 to 515 nm and a 10-mm wide light guide with a homogeneous beam profile. These features allow an exceptionally efficient application to achieve high-quality results in very short times. 

Bluephase® is a registered trademark of Ivoclar Vivadent AG. 


For more informations: Ivoclar Vivadent AG Bendererstrasse 2 9494 Schaan/Liechtenstein Tel.: +423 235 35 35 Fax: +423 235 33 60 E-Mail: info@ivoclarvivadent.com ; www.ivoclarvivadent.com
Media contact: 
André Büssers Public Relations Manager Ivoclar Vivadent AG Bendererstrasse 2 9494 Schaan/Liechtenstein Tel.: +423 235 36 98 Fax: +423 235 36 33.  E-mail: andre.buessers@ivoclarvivadent.com

  • The new Bluephase G4: carefree light-curing thanks to intelligent Polyvision technology

    The new Bluephase G4: carefree light-curing thanks to intelligent Polyvision technology

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