Technology

OralID™ uses a proven, optically based technology called "fluorescence technology." OralID's fluorescence technology uses a blue light (435–460 nm) that provides the clinician an aid in visualization of oral cancer, pre-cancer and other abnormal lesions. The other medical applications of fluorescence technology include highlighting abnormalities of the GI tract, cervix, lung, and skin.

"This technology has identified dysplastic, even microinvasive lesions that were completely 'normal' looking with visible light, even to the suspicious eye of an oral pathologist."1

"The future looks bright for the optical autofluorescence technology.”1


1Bouquot et al.: Oral Precancer and Early Cancer Detection in the Dental Office – Review of New Technologies. The Journal of Implant & Advanced Clinical Dentistry (2010) 2:3.