Affordable Dental Loupes

Starting from S$250

"Loupes offer enhanced vision of fine detail and critical ergonomic advantages.“

Mansueto, Tex Dent J. 2007 Feb;124(2);174-86

What are dental loupes?

Dental loupes are basically magnifiers worn in front of your eyes. They have a fixed magnification, and work at a fixed focal length.

Above: Year 1 dental students in University of Sydney, all using loupes for pre-clinical OD

Advantages of Dental Loupes

  • Loupes improve your quality of work by allowing better visualisation through magnification.

  • Loupes aid in indirect vision as your field of view is focused on the mouth mirror.

  • Loupes also improve posture by stabilising your working position at the fixed focal length.

Loupes Available


Loupes may be mounted on nickel spectacle frames in black or silver, on plastic goggles in black, or as a clip on. (Shape of frame and goggles may vary.)

All loupes come with plastic carrying case, adjustment screwdriver and spectacle cloth. Spectacle frame loupes come with side shields.

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About our Supplier

  • Our loupes are crafted by a company in China that supplies high end optical products to the China military as well as internationally.
  • Good quality at a fraction of the price (15% compared to certain European brands).
  • Excellent choice for a first pair of loupes.
  • Quality of Galilean loupes especially definitely comparable to other brands e.g. Heine, Keeler, Orascoptic.

A final note..

"In spite of their significant cost, the relatively long learning curve associated with their use, frustrations during use, their occasional need for being replaced and their peculiar appearance to patients, magnifying loupes assist all types of clinical dentists in producing higher-quality dentistry. Seeing better also means decreasing operating time. Properly fitted loupes also can improve posture during operating and reduce muscle pain in the shoulders, neck and back. Working under magnification is useful, and clinicians should give strong consideration to adopting the concept.“

Christensen, J Am Dent Assoc. 2003 Dec;134(12):1647-50.