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dyplens™ – smart skin imaging

NZD $35.95 NZD $29.95

including GST and including shipping.

The dyplens™ is a simple-to-use smartphone attachment for skin imaging. This second-generation skin scope captures magnified skin images using your smartphone camera. This enables a doctor to see features of the skin and subsurface that cannot be seen with the naked eye. The device also helps reduce light reflection from the surface of the skin. It is compatible with smartphones and tablets and is designed to work with the Firstcheck App for fast and easy online skin cancer checks. Get the best results from your skin check by using the dyplens!



Teledermatology relies on high quality, magnified, and specialised photography. Such images of moles, skin spots and lesions are used to help with online telehealth or remote triage and diagnosis of skin conditions. Dermatologists and skin cancer doctors use an expensive dermatoscope (dermoscope or dermascope) in their clinics. To enable patients and consumers to capture dermoscopy images, Firstcheck brings you an affordable smart version – the dyplens™ – for smart skin imaging. The dyplens™ is a specialised skin magnifier lens enabling you to capture highly-magnified and specialised photographs of your moles and spots using your smartphone camera. Use the dyplens™ with your Firstcheck App (see https://firstcheck.me) for skin cancer clinician consultations via your smartphone or tablet. It is expert assessment and advice at the touch of a button. Find out now from a local skin cancer expert whether a mole or skin spot is of concern or not.

In New Zealand, Firstcheck Limited is the medical device manufacturer and sponsor of this medical device (369 Devon Street East, Strandon, New Plymouth, New Zealand 4312) In Australia, Firstcheck Limited is the medical device manufacturer and ACRA Regulatory Services is the local sponsor of this medical device (ACRA Regulatory Services, 7/ 84 Poinciana Avenue, Tewantin QLD Australia 4565). The dyplens™ is Firstcheck’s second-generation skin scope / skinscope. In addition to the many doctors utilising Firstcheck, and clinic and doctor dyplens™ customers, an independent study conducted by Auckland University and Waikato District Health Board found that smartphone images captured using these lens devices are adequate for melanoma diagnosis.

Registered medical device

The dyplens™ is registered as a medical device in New Zealand and Australia.


Dimensions: 42mm x 30mm x 17mm

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