We work with lasers almost every day. Not the kind of lasers you see in Hollywood movies however. We’re not the laser gun touting guys blasting off video game enemies either. We don’t have a spaceship that carries a laser cannon destroying Death Stars. No, we use lasers to remove tooth decay, cure gum disease, whiten teeth, and during a biopsy procedure. Yes, in this case, we’re a dentist and we’re talking about the advancement of tools available that have led to the use of lasers in some of the treatment procedures we undertake.
Unfortunately, working lasers can be hazardous. Although the kind we use may not have the power to cut a car in half, it can do damage to your eyes, or your patients’. Thus the need for eye protection during procedures that call for lasers. Here are a few reasons why:
It’s important to know, not all laser protection glasses, or radiation glasses, are alike. We recommend looking over a few options to find the ones you really like. All the features you require will be found with Kemper Medical protective glasses.
Kemper Medical offers radiation protection glasses for people working in different areas that require the use of lasers – from dentists, hospitals, scientists, radiologists, and more. We also sell brand name glasses that can be bought online for a low price. We can do that because of our business model, which lets us sell products at a much cheaper price compared to our competitors. Visit our store and take a look at our radiation glasses for more details.