New and More Affordable Dental Loupes!



I am excited to announce the official opening of Zoom Optix. They provide high quality innovative dental loupes that are comfortable, stylish, and most importantly affordable. They have combined their high quality optics with a top of the line frame by Smith Optics. The PivLock V90 Max is one of the lightest frames on the market and is offered in over six different colors.
Zoom Optix currently offers loupes in 2.5x, 3.0x, 3.5x, and 4.0x magnifications. All of their loupes are backed with a LIFETIME WARRANTY on both the loupes and frames. This is unmatched by any of their competitors! In addition, they offer a 15 day no hassle trial period. The trial period allows for their customers to try the loupes out and return them if they are not satisfied with the purchase.
You can check out their current pricing on their website at www.ZoomOptix.com. They offer great customer service and make a fantastic alternative to the big brand names!


Who is behind Zoom Optix:

Hi, my name is Jerry Westover and I am the founder of Zoom Optix. I am currently finishing my 2nd year in dental school at Indiana University School of Dentistry. For the past several months I have spent my time studying for exams, doing lab projects, and developing this company. I began developing this company because dental loupes can be frustratingly expensive, especially when you know the companies are making a large profit. So, I decided to build a loupe company that offers a high quality product with an exceptional warranty. I can now proudly say that I have developed a high quality product at an affordable price for everyone, especially for my fellow dental students. 

Check out Zoom Optix today for high quality, more affordable dental loupes!!

2 comments:

Marielaina Perrone DDS said...

sounds like a great company. Glad they have a trial period. They are so expensive and hard to find the right ones for you.

Stu-DENT Patrice said...

So true. After months and months of debating over what type of loupes to get or whether I should get loupes at all, I finally made a purchase. I'm still not sure if they are "the one."

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