Our service uses latest IT- and image technology to enable our dermatologists a view beneath the skin to identify and graphically display the individual components of the skin layers. The technology used by trained dermatologists can detect early changes in moles/pigmented lesions which may not be visible to the naked eye, and thus able to detect Melanoma, non-melanoma skin cancers and other skin issues.
A secure system developed solely for our service.
To support our service all the way troughout the process of providing the service we have developed our Navigator system together with our IT partner Innovit.
The system is used in delivering the services in all countries, and enables our partners and doctors to access remotely to the secure server With a 2 factor authentisation in order to maintain data secured and only accessable to parties that needs the information at the right time.
We are always looking to develope and use the latest technology, and high quality dermatoscopic images are essential for us to be able to deliver a high quality in our analysis. The dermatocope technology can detect early changes in moles, pigmented lesions and skin which may not be visible to the naked eye, and thus able to detect Melanoma, non-melanoma skin cancers and other skin issues.
Today we are using two different cameras in our services worldwide.
Customers can access their reports via the SC Navigator by using their consultation number and a password given from ScreenCancer.
SC DermoSight Camera
A special designed camera is developed for quick and easy imaging in the pharmacies. The camera will take both clinical images and also a high quality dermatoscopic image, due to the attached DermLite dermatoscopic lens special designed for us.
For several years we have used the SiaScope in our service. This scope is developed to view beneath the skin and to identify and graphically display the individual components of the skin up to 2mm depth.