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Detectors, Periodontal/Oral Tissue Abnormality, Induced Fluorescence

Definition : Detectors designed to facilitate the visualization and identification of abnormalities in the periodontal and oral cavity tissues using fluorescent light. These devices are typically a light source (usually blue) that causes tissue fluorescence; healthy tissue observed through the handpiece has a bright green color, while abnormal and/or suspicious tissue appears darker due to a loss of fluorescence. Induced fluorescence periodontal/oral cavity tissue abnormality examination detectors are used by dental and other healthcare providers to identify abnormal tissue (e.g., oral cancer, dysplasia) that is not apparent in visible light; the devices are also used by surgeons to help distinguish diseased tissue that should be resected.

Entry Terms : "Periodontal Tissue Abnormality Detectors" , "Oral Tissue Abnormality Detectors" , "Induced Fluorescense Periodontal Tissue Abnormality Detectors" , "Induced Fluorescense Oral Tissue Abnormality Detectors" , "Direct Visualization Systems, Oral Mucosa, Induced Fluorescence" , "Oral Examination Lights, Induced Fluorescence" , "Oral Cancer Screening Systems, Induced Fluorescence"

UMDC code : 24112

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AdDent Inc

Company Type: Parent

AdDent Inc. is a dealer oriented company located in the USA that manufactures high quality advanced dental products. AdDent maintains a 6,500 sq. foot manufacturing and R&D facility in Danbury, Connecticut. Over the past 10 years we have been supplying major dental dealers located in the USA and overseas with our products. A combination of good service, high quality advanced products and affordability enables us to retain our customers and attract new ones. We have over 22 sales representatives located throughout the USA and overseas. 

Boston Scientific Corp

Company Type: Parent

In 1969, fascinated by the possibility of bringing pioneering medical devices and treatments to patients across the world, John Abele joined Medi-Tech, a company that was developing alternatives to traditional surgery. Pete Nicholas was looking for an investment, and when he met John, the pieces came together.

DenMat Holdings LLC

Company Type: Parent

DentalEZ Group

Company Type: Parent

For more than 100 years, dental professionals have trusted our products to improve their working efficiency and enhance their practices. That history of innovation and service took on a new shape with the creation of the DentalEZ Group.

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