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Elevate Your Dental Practice with Oral Cancer Screening

Selected as on of Dentistry Today’s Reader’s Choice Top 100 Product, our Bio/Screen oral cancer screening tool helps dentist’s effortlessly and dependably identify lesions and abnormalities. 

Give your patients peace of mind when you confirm there’s nothing to worry about, or refer them to a specialist for biopsy. By including oral cancer screening in patient visits, your practices provides added value to each visit and grows your practice with more patient referrals.

The Bio/Screen uses 5 powerful violet LEDs that shows biofluorescence in the oral cavity without turning off the room lights. It is powered by an internal rechargeable lithium ion battery. An on/off push button is located on the viewing side. An eyepiece and an optical viewing filter increases contrast between healthy and abnormal tissue. A battery charge indicator is located on the viewing side of the handle.

Premium visibility via a special optical filter that clearly shows contrast between healthy and abnormal tissue without the need for a messy rinse. 

Lithium ion battery pack is rated for 500 full recharge cycles, approximately 5 years of use and has a built-in safety circuit.

Improved thermal design has no fan for quiet operation.

Light Output Regulation – the Bio/Screen output LEDs maintain full power until battery is depleted.

Auto Shut Off intelligently conserves battery life in instances where device is inactive but left on. 


Bio/Screen Kit Includes (1) Bio/Screen unit, (1) Li-Ion Smart Charger, (1) Package of 25 disposable lens covers, (1) Patient Eyewear.

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Clinical vs. Using Bio/Screen

In epithelial dysplasia, the cells making up the layers of the epithelium look abnormal. Depending on the amount of abnormal cells seen microscopically (i.e. biopsy), dysplasia may be graded as mild, moderate, severe, or carcinoma in situ (where the atypical cells are in all layers of the epithelium).
The following clinical images for the Bio/Screen are courtesy of: A. Ross Kerr, DDS

Mild Dysplasia

Clinical on Left; Using Bio/Screen on Right

Moderate Dysplasia

Clinical on Left; Using Bio/Screen on Right

BioScreen vs Leading Competitor

When comparing BioScreen with the leading competitor, BioScreen is the clear choice.


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“BioScreen provides accuracy and speed to identify abnormalities intra orally during my oral cancer screenings. With an ergonomic yet solid light feel, the BioScreen is very patient friendly and comfortable to use.”

– Dr. Tyler Green, Conroe, TX.

“The Bio/Screen Oral Cancer Screening Instrument does not require a patient to rinse with a messy liquid. Simply look through an optical filter in the middle of 5 high power LEDs. Although the light is bright, it does not generate enough heat to require a fan. Consequently, the rechargeable Bio/Screen is quiet, lightweight, and easy to use. All Dentists must become experts in oral cancer screening and the AdDent Bio/Screen can help.”

– Ben F. Warner, MS, DDS, MD, Houston, TX



#1 Adjunctive Techniques for Mouth Cancer Screening – Dr. Andrew Osafo

#2 Advances in Optical Adjunctive Aids for Visualisation and Detection of Oral Malignant and Potentially Malignant Lesions – Nirav Bhatia, Yastira Lalla, An N. Vu, and Camile S. Farah

#3 Assessment of a decision making protocol to improve the efficacy of VELscope™ in general dental practice: A prospective evaluation – Nirav Bhatia, Marie Anne T. Matias, Camile S. Farah

#4 Dental Economics, Pearls for your Practice – Joshua Austin, DDS, FAGD

#5 Dental Guide to Cross-Coding for Oral Cancer Screening – Christine Taxin

#6 Evaluation of a Suspicious Oral Mucosal Lesion – P. Michele Williams, BSN, DMD, FRCD(C), et al

#7 Fluorescence Visualization Detection of Field Alterations in TumorMargins of Oral Cancer Patients – Catherine F. Poh, et al

#8 Fluorescence Visualization Guided Surgery – Catherine F. Poh, DDS, PhD; DonaldW. Anderson, MD; J. Scott Durham, MD; Jiahua Chen, PhD; KennethW. Berean, MD; Calum E. MacAulay, PhD; Miriam P. Rosin, PhD

#9 Influence of fluorescence on screening decisions for oral mucosal lesions in community dental practices – Denise M. Laronde, et al

#10 Narrow band (light) imaging of oral mucosa in routine dental patients. Part I: Assessment of value in detection of mucosal changes – Edmond L. Truelove, DDS, MSD, et al

#11 Objective Detection and Delineation of Oral Neoplasia Using Autofluorescence Imaging – Darren Roblyer, et al

#12 Optimal fluorescence excitation wavelengths for detection of squamous intra-epithelial neoplasia: results from an animal model – Lezlee Coghlan, et al

#13 Oral Cancer Screening New Analytic Technique for Autofluorescence Interpretation – Joel M Laudenbach DMD

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