SpineGuard to expand DSG applications with dental implantology licensing deal

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SpineGuard’s DSG technology is currently used in spinal surgery

SpineGuard have announced an exclusive licensing agreement with Adin Dental Implant Systems for the use of the company’s Dynamic Surgical Guidance (DSG) technology in the field of dental implantology, expanding the use of the technology beyond spinal applications.

“Modern dental implantology is derived and developed from the orthopaedic field due to the immense contribution of Per-Ingvar Brånemark (1929­­–2014; Gothenburg, Sweden)…Both [Adin and SpineGuard] are confident and determined to open new treatment options that will allow surgeons to perform complex surgeries in both accurate and minimally invasive ways. We look forward to implementing and expanding the DSG technology in maxillofacial applications,” says Adi Lorean, maxillofacial surgeon in Tel Aviv, Israel, and member of Adin’s Scientific Advisory Board.

According to a company release, SpineGuard and Adin have identified three dental applications for DSG.

Among other terms, the deal between the two companies includes technology transfer, product development support, upfront, milestones and royalty payments.

SpineGuard have announced an exclusive licensing agreement with Adin Dental Implant Systems for the use of the company’s Dynamic Surgical Guidance (DSG) technology in the field of dental implantology, expanding the use of the technology beyond spinal applications.

“Modern dental implantology is derived and developed from the orthopaedic field due to the immense contribution of Per-Ingvar Brånemark (1929­­–2014; Gothenburg, Sweden)…Both [Adin and SpineGuard] are confident and determined to open new treatment options that will allow surgeons to perform complex surgeries in both accurate and minimally invasive ways. We look forward to implementing and expanding the DSG technology in maxillofacial applications,” says Adi Lorean, maxillofacial surgeon in Tel Aviv, Israel, and member of Adin’s Scientific Advisory Board.

According to a company release, SpineGuard and Adin have identified three dental applications for DSG.

Among other terms, the deal between the two companies includes technology transfer, product development support, upfront, milestones and royalty payments.

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