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Near-IR activated, violet/blue-emitting adhesive liner containing 2-photon, up-converting nanoparticles for dental bonded restorations
Current State of the Art In dental bonded restoration technique, a methacrylate-based semi-viscous agent (liner) is placed on the prepared tooth structure. This liner is exposed to blue or violet light, which enables the liner to bond to the tooth. Following this, the missing tooth structure is filled with glass-filled composite, the top of which ...
Published: 10/11/2019   |   Inventor(s): Frederick Rueggeberg, Marcello Giannini, Rafael Pacheco
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Category(s): Therapeutics
Method and Apparatus for Light-Curing Resin Adhesives for Orthodontics Brackets
Title: Method and Apparatus for Light-Curing Resin Adhesives for Orthodontics Brackets Current State of the Art: Hardening of dental resins through light curing is a commonplace procedure when bonding materials including the dental brackets associated with braces, to the teeth of dental patients. Braces are used to correct dental flaws and im...
Published: 8/13/2019   |   Inventor(s): Frederick Rueggeberg, Thomas Whaley
Keywords(s): Dental, Orthodontics, Resin
Category(s): Medical Devices
Use of Integrating Sphere Technology To Provide Uniform, High-intensity Light and Wavelength Mixing from Light Emitting Diodes
Current State of the Art: Since 2000, photoactive composites material used in fillings have become widespread in restorative dentistry. Cosmetically appealing, these white fillings have become the standard, increasing from approximately 68 million composite fillings in 1999 to close to an estimated 100 million procedures in 2011. Crowns re...
Published: 8/13/2019   |   Inventor(s): Frederick Rueggeberg
Keywords(s): Dental, LED
Category(s): Medical Devices
Tissue Chip Bioreactor for Tissue Engineering
Researchers at AU developed a full-scale prototype of a bioreactor for growing complex tissues in a scalable manner. This bioreactor chip can yield several mm tissues consisting of different cell types. Apart from tissue transplants it can also be used for high-throughput tissue engineering and pre-clinical replacement for animal models.
Published: 7/20/2015   |   Inventor(s): Paul Weinberger, Donald Mettenburg, Frederick Rueggeberg
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Category(s): Research Tools, Therapeutics
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