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Taking aim at the Dentistry Market
December 24, 2018
Once again, BMBs innovative technology has been displayed on the National Swedish Television and to the general public. BMBs focus its adhesive products and methods for bone fracture and restoration market. However, it is enviable that they find use in a complementary markets and in this case in dentistry. BMBs patented fixation products are unique, biocompatible and preclinically evaluated. The recently secured compositions has a fixation power to human teeth that outperform commercially used dental materials.
Biomedical Bonding AB has in December 2019 submitted a new patent application that relates to adhesive technology for hard tissue fixations. The application focus is on the formation of strong crosslinked networks via click chemistry.
Our CEO, Professor Michael Malkoch, further explains. With the this patent application submitted, BMB has further fortified the IPR of its unique and biologically non-offensive adhesive platform suited for fracture fixation and restoration of bone bones as well as for dentistry.
Adhfix is verified by handsurgeons!
November 15, 2019
Our adhesive fixators, as future standard-of-care fracture solutions, were translated to clinical use on human cadaver substrates. The fixating prototype AdhFix were verified by our surgeons at SÖS in Stockholm with great success. The outcome will soon be disseminated,
June 27, 2019
Biomedical Bonding AB is happy to announce that it has secured the trademark BONEVOLENT™ for the European market.
1. Bone fixation implants; Osseous implants; Artificial bone materials; Bone void fillers consisting of artificial materials; Bone substitutes for surgical use; Apparatus for use in the repair of bones; Surgical instruments.
2. Synthetic material for use in setting bones; Surgical glues; Adhesive compositions for medical use; Dental restoration compounds; Dental materials for stopping the teeth; Dental bonding material; Teeth filling material.
Vid framtida tandläkarbesök kan hålet komma att lagas med ett nytt svenskt tandfyllningsmaterial. Det är en form av tvåkomponentslim som härdas med ljus. Tack vare ny kemi som ökar antalet tvärbindningar är det både starkare och binder hårdare än de akrylatkompositer som tandläkare använder i dag.