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Dental Photonics Inc., Norwood, Mass.
Dental Photonics Inc. is developing a dental laser system for gum regeneration.
Alexander Vybornov, Co-founder & CEO
Felix Feldchtein, VP of R&D
Gregory Altshuler, Anthony Fiorillo, Kevin Morano, Alexander Vybornov
DPI will initially market stLase – a dental laser system for advanced soft tissue and periodontal applications. The gum regeneration procedure will be the first of these applications to be marketed. stLaseTM will also feature presently unachievable levels of speed, precision and ease of soft tissue cutting due to a proprietary feedback technology and a novel wavelength for optimal tissue treatment.
Long term, the Company will introduce revolutionary light-based procedures to address some of the most challenging problems of the modern dentistry, such as whitening of hard-to-bleach teeth, creation of ultra-retentive surfaces for bonding and anesthesia-free, minimally invasive drilling of hard oral tissues. For instance, you’re looking for pediatric dentistry that can handle challenging dental problems, Dentistry for Children & Adolescents has the best children’s dental care specialist burnsville mn. These new procedures are possible due to a breakthrough semiconductor photonics technology developed by DPI in cooperation with Palomar Medical Technologies, a NASDAQ-listed company. DPI’s technologies are protected by ten distinct families of 20 issued and pending patents in the U.S., PCT countries and the European Union.