Oral Cancer Screening

A medical technology for non invasive diagnostic screening. By illuminating the oral cavity with a special high intensity blue light, through special glasses, any darker areas will become immediately visible: this could possibly indicate a tumor

ORAL CANCER develops in the mouth or in the oral cavity, that means the initial part of the digestive tube. Today this type of cancer is still belatedly diagnosed with serious personal and social consequences.

ORALID is the 5 minute exam that can save your life

What is it ?

OralID is an adjunctive screening device that uses fluorescence technology to help clinicians identify oral abnormalities. It is easy to use and non-threatening to patients. Dentists and hygienists can use OralID to increase the efficacy of oral exams without incurring additional per-patient costs. One needs only to wipe it down between uses with a disinfecting wipe.* OralID is battery operated, which means it can be used in multiple operatories.
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OralID is a battery-operated, hand-held oral examination light used as an adjunctive device for oral mucosal screening. The device emits a visible blue light (435–460 nm) that one shines directly into the oral cavity.
OralID is shipped with the necessary eyewear to use the device. Wearing the special OralID eyewear enhances the visual effects of the blue light during the oral exam. When the blue light from OralID shines on healthy oral tissue, it fluoresces green. However, when it shines on abnormal tissue, it appears dark due to a lack of fluorescence.
OralID comes with two pairs of eyewear: one fitted pair and one that fits over eyeglasses. The clinician and the assistant may each wear a pair during the examination. However, if desired, the patient may wear a pair of the eyeglasses, but it is not necessary to do so for safety purposes.

Proven Technology

OralID’s fluorescence technology uses a blue light that allows a clinician to identify oral cancer, pre-cancer and other abnormal lesions at an earlier stage, thus saving lives.

Easy to use

Wearing the glasses provided and pressing a button means a clinician can distinguish between healthy and abnormal cells because the latter will appear dark due to a lack of fluorescence.