How to choose the right lighting for your working space
Practicing as a dentist is considered by the European Standard EN 12464-1 as a risk profession for the eye health. A big part of the day, the eyes of the dentist have to focus on a very small operative space; they are subjected to direct glare, reflexion or contrast glare and are forced to adapt constantly to very differently lighted zones. As a result, an eye strain occurs which reduces their ability to adapt to different lighting levels and minors their speed of perception. Physical tiredness grows and reduces the nervous resistance: a reduced visual acuteness and headaches are the first signs that appear after years of practice, especially since those problems increase as the eyes' contrast recognition tends to worsen with age.
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