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8 2 • O U T PA T I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E • A P R I L 2 0 1 7 A ndrew Steinkeler, MD, DMD, has a constant companion for every surgical procedure: a battery-powered head- light given to him as a gift during his residency. "I never leave the house without it," says Dr. Steinkeler, a sur- geon with Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Centers in Warminster, Pa. "I use mine for every procedure and I will for the rest of my career. I love this light. It's a game-changer." He's not alone among surgeons who heap glowing praise upon their surgical headlights. For surgeons in certain specialties — ENT, hand, oral and maxillofacial, and plastic surgery, to name a select few — a headlight is nearly as indispensable as a scalpel. And, given all the innovations of the past few years, they're likely to become even more essential. Whether you're a first-time buyer or a veteran look- ing for an upgrade to replace "old faith- ful," you'll be amazed by the options and value-added fea- tures to help you gain the best pos- sible view of the What's New in Surgical Headlights? Shining a light on the innovations for illuminating the surgical field. Bill Donahue | Senior Editor • YOUR CHOICE Prospective buyers can expect a broad range of options and fea- tures — costs, too — in current surgical headlights.

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