Adina Technologies is developing novel technologies improving the success rate of dental implants.
The company has patent protected technologies to shape the dental implant surface in nanometer scale resulting in improved osseointegration performance and effective bactericidal properties of the implants.
Two major challenges of dental implant sugery today are osseointegration and infection. A good osseotegration performance is critical to the success of dental implant surgery. Dental infection is usually associated with inflammation and severe infection will lead to bone loss as well. Today, 45% of all the dental implant have an infection problem in a long term .
Traditional method of surface roughning can improve the osseointegration of dental implant, however, it has no effect to prevent the infection. Meanwhile, normal re-surgery process to treat infection is painful, time-consuming and expensive for patients.
This technology has shown very promising in vitro results and a consortium has been formed to move the technology through preclinical and clinical testing. The consortium includes specialists in nanofabrication, industry partners of dental implant, dental clinics, university professors from Denmark and Sweden with implant expertise in preclinical models and in routine dentistry. The company has several other promising technologies for implant applications.
Jacok has a senior leadership experience, bringing life science technologies to fruition in some of the most successful companies in their businesses, such as Eurofins Scientific, Novo Nordisk and several smaller medtech and diagnostic companies. He is a co-founder of Adina Technologies and acts as CEO.
Yiyu is an Associate Professor of photonics at DTU Fotonik and a co-founder of Adina Technologies. He is a co-inventor of the company's core technology and sits on the board of directors.
Paul Michael is a Professor of photonics at DTU Fotonik and a co-founder of Adina Technologies. He is a co-inventor of the company's core technology and sits on the board of directors.
Chairman of the board
Kenneth holds an MSc in Political Science from Aarhus University and an MBA from INSEAD, in France and Singapore. He is the CEO and co-founder of Danish innovation consultancy Innovayt A/S, and also works at board and advisor level for a handful of Danish start-ups, primarily within the Medtech area. In the past, Kenneth has worked as Denmark's Research Attaché to the EU and as PA to the Danish Minister of research.
Michael holds a masters in physics from Århus university and an MBA from Copenhagen Business School, He has been as director of engineering at Cisco. Since 2013 he has focused on innovation and startup funding.
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