TRANSITION CANCER DETECTION

 Oral cancer could develop in of each regardless of whether or not we have natural teeth. This cancer is more common in people over 40 years of age, especially men. Research has shown that the more often (due to risk factors) also occurs in younger patients and more often in women.

Many deaths caused by oral cancer could have been avoided if it was diagnosed early.Modern device turns out to beuseful to detect even small changes at the stage before their transformation dysplasia cancer.

In daily practice, at the clinic we use this detector of cancerous changes, which enables observation of the natural fluorescence of tissue.
It emits a safe, visible blue light that arouses the tissue of the oral cavity, which in turn causes their fluorescence. It enables testing of the oral cavity in real time and increase the detection of changes in the mucous membranes.
Due to its unique connection with camera potentially cancerous changes can be recorded and watch their condition over time.