Skin Evaluation. Simplified.

A handheld device that will assist in checking skin lesions for cancer in seconds.

Sign Up Now

DermaSensor Features

The Future Standard of Skin Care

  • Will provide an instant “High Risk” or “Low Risk” result using DermaSensor’s proprietary algorithm
  • Only ~20 seconds per skin lesion
  • Completely wireless, ergonomically designed and easy to hold
  • Always on, always ready when you need it

Intuitively Designed, Easy to Use

  • Intuitive on-screen interface guides you step by step through the evaluation
  • Works at any angle by using the side buttons or hand-held touch-screen

DermaSensor is NOT a camera or a dermatoscope.

DermaSensor uses pulses of light and spectroscopy to assess lesions cellular and sub-cellular structure.

Non-Invasive Micron-Level Precision

  • Light-emitting tip gently and painlessly touches the surface of the skin and will evaluate information below the skin surface
  • Precision optics within the tip will capture cellular and sub-cellular pathological irregularities throughout a skin lesion as small as 2mm

Always By Your Side

  • The handheld unit charges wirelessly in the desktop base
  • Secure wireless connectivity allows you to expand use with DermaSensor companion software and other applications
  • DermaSensor’s small size will fit on any desk

DermaSensor Use

1. Lesion Identification

Physician identifies the lesion of concern on their patient

2. DermaSensor Scan

Physician gently touches the small device tip to the lesion, taking instant recordings at different locations of the lesion

3. Photon Scattering

Light reflects and scatters from particles in the cells of the skin tissue back to DermaSensor’s spectral sensor

4. Algorithmic Analysis

The proprietary DermaSensor algorithm will analyze the reflected photons and provides an immediate “High Risk” or “Low Risk” result

Join our investor newsletter.

Sign Up Now

DermaSensor Technology

  • DermaSensor’s tip reflects and records quick bursts of light off the lesion’s cellular and sub-cellular content.
  • The light will be analyzed by the built-in computer to help users distinguish different types of malignant skin lesions (including melanomas, squamous cell carcinomas, and basal cell carcinomas) from benign skin lesions.
  • By examining the difference in light scattering, DermaSensor will determine if the skin lesion is “High Risk” or “Low Risk,” an instantaneous and actionable output.
  • Elastic Scattering Spectroscopy (ESS) has been validated in 50+ publications on clinical studies that demonstrate its ability to effectively distinguish malignant tissue from benign tissue, including in skin. In multiple studies, ESS has been shown to be comparable to histopathologic assessment in the analysis of cellular microscopic structure. 6 7 8

About ESS

DermaSensor uses Elastic Scattering Spectroscopy (ESS), a process which evaluates how photons scatter when reflected off of different cellular structures. Malignant lesions have different cellular and sub-cellular structures than benign lesions, scattering light differently.

DermaSensor in Practice

Physicians

While Americans have much better access to Primary Care Physicians (PCPs), early diagnosis in primary care is hampered by limited consultation time and limited dermatology training. Physicians will be able to use DermaSensor to better assess skin lesions and determine whether patients need additional clinical care.

Dermatologists

Patients wait 32.3 days, on average, for an appointment with a Dermatologist. The total treatment costs for melanoma in situ is ~$4,648 while Stage IV melanoma is ~$159,808. DermaSensor will allow dermatologists and their care team to more quickly and effectively evaluate lesions for cancer. Detecting cancer at an earlier stage can save lives and save the system and the patient money.

Retail Clinics

Retail clinic use has doubled in the last 5 years. Patients turn to retail clinics due to convenience, transparency of cost, and efficient service. DermaSensor will allow patients to visit retail clinics with their skin lesion concerns and allow retail clinicians to effectively evaluate lesions.

What is an Adjunctive Tool?

An adjunctive tool, also known as a clinical decision support tool, is not meant to replace clinicians’ decision making. DermaSensor will provide clinicians with additional information about a lesion for them to consider in their clinical decision. An adjunctive tool is not a diagnostic so will not provide information on the exact type of potential skin cancer (e.g. melanoma), nor does it make any decision for the clinician.

DermaSensor is NOT a camera or a dermatoscope.

DermaSensor uses pulses of light and spectroscopy to assess lesions cellular and sub-cellular structure.

DermaSensor Benefits

DermaSensor will quickly assess information below the skin surface, giving physicians greater confidence and performance in their decision-making.

DermaSensor could improve early detection of skin cancer and reduce the number of unnecessary biopsies and referrals.

Patients will view DermaSensor as a supplemental and valuable addition to the skin care they already receive from physicians.

The noninvasive nature of DermaSensor will be unintimidating to patients and reassure them that they are receiving high-quality care.

The machine-learning algorithm is derived from thousands of samples of pathologically-verified lesions and is professionally trained by expert data scientists.

Why PCPs Care About Skin Cancer In Their Practice

1 in 5 Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime. 1

Annual cost of treating skin cancers in the U.S. is estimated at $8.1 billion, with an estimated 5.4 million new cases of skin cancer each year.23

Only 1 in 29.4 melanocytic lesions biopsied by PCPs is melanoma. 4

Primary Care Providers correctly diagnose melanoma as low as 42% of the time. 5

Contact Us

As Seen On