Dentalis Bio Solutions’ Research and Development team is a leader in the research and application of nanotechnology and bioinorganic materials with wider functionalities in order to design “intelligent” bone substitutes, and we strive to become the new industry standard for the detection of protein-hormone-growth factor interactions.
Dentalis Bio Solutions is a unique combination of individual parts. We have assembled multi-disciplinary teams of scientists with diverse research and technical knowledge; our project teams are made of organic chemists, biologists, physicists, biochemists, and biomedical engineers working side-by-side towards common goals.
Our product development lies in a wide range of fields, with a focus on orthopedic and dental implants and Surface Science and Technology, encompassing both analysis and modification of surfaces. By modifying surfaces, we can combine a material with desired characteristics (e.g. mechanical, electrical, optical) with the surface properties that are required for the best bone-implant integration. Dentalis R&D is constantly testing different methods to increase surface roughness and apply osteoconductive coatings to titanium dental implants, such as titanium plasma-spraying, grit-blasting, acid-etching, anodization or calcium phosphate blasting.
The goal of Dentalis’ R&D department is to optimize the porous architecture and mechanical properties of calcium-phosphate bio-ceramics, in order to enhance bone-implant connection and minimize local release of bone reabsorptive factors in the peri-implant region which correspond with poor bone quality and quantity. These therapeutic strategies should ultimately enhance the osseointegration process of dental implants and contribute to their immediate loading and long-term success.
The combined knowledge of the team members and the collaborative atmosphere lead to creative approaches, enjoyable interactions, and a dynamic workplace.