About Oral Cancer
A small, cordless device lets dental professionals screen for signs of oral tissue abnormalities with greater accuracy.
(NAPSI)—Although, according to the Oral Cancer Foundation, oral cancer kills one person every hour of the day, each day of the year, you can stay out of such statistics.
Oral cancer is often diagnosed too late. For peace of mind and better health, visit your dentist for a thorough oral exam that includes an oral cancer screening.
Ask your dentist about an advanced-technology oral screening device that uses three separate wavelengths of light combined with an angled examination mirror to identify abnormalities of the mouth, throat, tongue and tonsils that may not be visible to the naked eye, but can be the early signs of cancer.
This small, cordless device’s compact size enables painless, easy inspection of hard-to-reach areas in the mouth. Called the Identafi oral cancer screening device, it’s available under the StarDental brand of the DentalEZ Group.
For more information, call (866) DTE-INFO or visit www.Identafi.net.