Dermatology Microscope and Supplies
A dermatology microscope allows you to bring more services in-house and increase billings for your clinic. You want an infinity-corrected optical system, for incredibly sharp focus at high magnification. And you want cool LED lights, so the image you (and your patients) see is bright and clean. Find your dermatology microscope below and:
Educate your patients
It's more pleasant working with patients who understand what you're saying, and you can help them by showing & explaining.
Improve patient satisfaction
Patients appreciate when you take the time to help them understand. You'll never have to worry about keeping a full patient roster.
Make work more fun
A new instrument in the workplace is like a new toy on your birthday. Learning new techniques and skills keeps your days fresh.
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If you're a dermatologist and it's your first time here, chances are you've been using an old dermatoscope for your more straightforward skin examinations.
Maybe you've been sending more complicated skin tissue samples away to another specialist for diagnosis.
A good dermatology microscope at your clinic can expand the services you offer in house and increase your billings significantly.
Here's an example of how you can offer better patient service with a modern dermatology microscope or digital dermatology microscope
A patient comes in worried about a skin lesion they think is melanoma. It's immediately obvious to you that they're right, and that's a scary reality for a patient.
Before you take a skin biopsy, you want to give the patient as much information as possible and document the process so you have detailed information for posterity.
If you had a Dino-Lite digital USB microscope with a polarizing filter in your clinic, you could easily broadcast an image of your examination of the potential skin cancer to a screen for the patient to see. You could talk the patient through what you see, and show them healthy tissue surrounding the skin disease for comparison.
You could take detailed images of the skin cancer and annotate them in your software in real-time, cutting out administrative work you'd normally do after the patient visit.
By upgrading this one affordable instrument, your ability to accurately and thoroughly document skin conditions is substantially improved.
You likely know the diagnosis, but you need details to be sure
You have to confirm at the cellular level what's actually going on with a specimen.
Maybe it's a malignant melanoma
Maybe it's actinic keratosis
Maybe it's cutaneous lymphoma
Maybe it's squamous cell carcinoma
Maybe it's basal cell carcinoma
You can't be 100% sure until you study the dermatopathology under a microscope, and no patient wants to hear an educated guess only to find out there are no skin cancer cells whatsoever and the lesion is just an unusual wart.
So a proper dermatology laboratory microscope is needed to get the diagnosis right.
What features matter for a dermatology laboratory microscope?
For your large lab microscope, you want distortion-free plan brightfield objective lenses.
You want an infinity-corrected optical system, for incredibly sharp focus at high magnification.
You want cool white LED illumination so the image you see is true to life (after all, you need to be certain about this - sitting through mohs surgery is anything but pleasant for your patient).
*The same type of features, like brightfield microscopy, are used in veterinary dermatology to diagnose skin disorders in pets.
Expanding the services your clinic offers is the way to increased revenue. New tools can improve your workflow and service offerings and pay for themselves quickly.
Whether you're a dermatologist performing mohs micrographic surgery, diagnosing a normal skin tumor or some other aspect of cutaneous oncology, the enthusiasts at microscope.com can help you find the best value for your practice. Browse the choices below or give us a call to talk today.
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