Trimira Identafi 3000 - Oral Cancer Detection
Oral cancer affects many Americans, and kills one person every hour. But when it is detected at an early stage, there is an 80-90% curing rate. That’s why the dental offices of Dr. Frederick Stange uses the Trimira Identafi 3000 to detect oral cancer at an early stage.
Trimira’s Identafi 3000 uses three different wavelengths (white, violet, and amber) to enhance visualization of oral tissue and show signs of any abnormal tissue. The dentist wears Identafi 3000 ultra-filtered eyewear that allow him to detect any potential signs of abnormal tissue that might indicate oral cancer. First, a white light is emitted during a normal examination. Then, a violet light is emitted and the dentist will be able to see any suspicious tissue because it will appear dark. Finally, an amber light is emitted from the Trimira Identafi 3000 that will help the dentist to distinguish between normal and abnormal tissue.
Our Manhattan office uses the Trimira Identafi 3000 in hopes of detecting oral cancer at an early stage so that it can be treated and cured. We want our oral cancer patients to be survivors, and our dedication to the cutting-edge dental technology that can catch oral cancer in its earliest stages reflects that.