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Provides an X-ray vision to easily identify abnormal tissue that might develop into oral cancer or dental caries through the contrast of...
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Using its fluorescence and transillumination technology, the DOE SE Oral Exam System can identify soft- and hard-tissue abnormalities...
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ClearPrep OC uses a soft biopsy brush to collect a sample and offers a simple, effective way to investigate suspicious oral lesions or...
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The Fusion-DOE kit contains an illuminator wand and accessories for both material curing and oral cancer screening exams. The Fusion-DOE...
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DentLight’s DOE is a dental oral exam system that uses patentpending collimated, high-power LED Beam technology for nonrinse magnified...
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Forward Science Technologies adds the "gold standard" service for ultimate diagnosis of oral cancer, PathID, a nationwide biopsy service....
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Forward Science Technologies introduces the Fluorescence Assessment and Cytology Test (F.A.C.T.) Oral Heath Protocol, a proactive...
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Visual Solutions’ patent pending device incorporates UV auto fluorescence technology along with fluorescent stains / molecular probes to...
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Vigilant's OncAlert Oral Cancer Risk Assessment System is based on patented technology that detects specific protein markers known to...
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OralID is an adjunctive aid to the standard of care visual and palpation exam. The OralID device uses fluorescence technology, which...
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DenMat's ViziLite Plus can help dental professionals identify and mark abnormal oral lesions, including precancerous cells and cancer...
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The OralCDx Brush Test with three dimensional computer-assisted laboratory analysis is the painless, accurate way to know that none of...

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  • Marie Durett

    One of the single most important things you can do as a dental professional is alert your patient to the presence of a life-threatening disease. According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, nearly 50,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer every year, and the cancer kills one every hour of every day. Unfortunately, that figure is projected to...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Congratulations to the following innovative dental manufacturers for winning the prestigious 2017 Cellerant “Best of Class” Technology Awards! And a special shout out to Orascoptic as the first company ever to take home three of the awards. The “Best of Class” recognizes innovative dental technologies, and the winning products are selected by an...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    A study recently presented at the Oncology Nursing Society 38th Annual Congress has found that patients undergoing head and neck radiation who routinely used NeutraSal, a supersaturated calcium phosphate oral rinse, significantly mitigated the severity of acute mucosal toxicity. Additionally, the results compared favorably to historical outcomes...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Dental Product Shopper had the scoop on ViziLite PRO Oral Lesion Screening System (check out page 34 in the New Products section of our November issue). But now DenMat has released some more details on this light-based fluorescence technology that’s built to detect epithelial dysplasia in its earliest stages. Fluorescent technology in oral...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Today, July 27, marks World Head and Neck Cancer Day. This year, more than 650,000 people worldwide will be diagnosed. To raise awareness, Vigilant Biosciences, a developer of solutions that aid in the early detection and intervention of cancer, partnered with the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance, and Support for People with Oral and Head and Neck...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Electronic cigarettes may not be significantly safer than tobacco cigarettes, according to a new UCLA study. Researchers found that e-cigarettes contain toxic substances and nonparticles that could kill the top layer of skin cells in the oral cavity. The study also suggests that health care providers should do more to raise public awareness of...

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