iM3 Catalogue - Europe - Flipbook - Page 42
iM3 Small Animal Dental Equipment
PeriOptix Through The Lens Loupes
The lightest weight premium through-the-lens loupes.
Through-the-lens loupes are custom manufactured for each individual user. TTL loupes have extremely precise optical quality and a
large field of view making them comfortable, easy to use, and care free. TTL loupes are also much lighter and sleeker than their flip-up
Our lightweight frame and headlamp designs support better ergonomics,
resulting in less strain on your neck and an overall more comfortable
working experience. Our frames are designed by Adidas allowing us to
provide exceptional quality, class and value. Since being founded in 1999,
PeriOptix, a leader in magnification and illumination technologies, has
introduced a number of innovations that include:
A unique modular frame system
The first portable LED light source
Our proprietary locking mechanism expressly designed to simplify
the adjustment of flip up style loupes
The PeriOptix difference.
All PeriOptix optics are made with high-end, shatter resistant glass to
ensure optimum edge-to-edge clarity in a large viewing field.
Their unique build relaxes the ciliary muscles in the eye to reduce strain and
headache development over prolonged use. They also have an optional
nose bridge available for users who wear glasses, eliminating the expense
and need to replace your Loupes as your eye prescription changes over
No feature is more important for comfort than the frame. PeriOptix provides
advanced, high-quality frames. The PeriVista frame is custom-manufactured
by Adidas for use with PeriOptix loupes. It provides wrap-around protection
in a stylish design. The frame also allows the user to make adjustments to
improve the fit on their face.
2-position adjustable nose piece
Adjustable declination angle with 3-position temple arms
Prescription lenses available
Available in 8 colours
When you place an order for any of our PeriOptix products, an iM3 sales
representative or your local distributor will be in contact to discuss your
Pupillary Distance, your Working Distance and your choice of colour.
Pupillary Distance (PD) is the measurement, in millimeters, between the
centers of the pupils in each eye. This measurement can be done by any
Note for the optometrist: Make sure the measurement is taken at infinity.
Working Distance is the measurement at which the user is comfortable
working. This distance should be calculated while the user is in a upright
and comfortable position that keeps the clinician’s ergonomics in check.