Features - The Future Standard of Skin Care
How it Works
Physician identifies the lesion of concern on their patient
Physician gently touches the small device tip to the lesion, taking instance recordings at different locations of the lesion
Light reflects and scatters from particles in the cells of the skin tissue back to Dermasensor’s™ spectral sensor
The proprietary Dermasensor’s™ algorithm analyzes the reflected photons and provides an immediate “Investigate Further” or “Monitor” results
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