Category: Articles

GreenMark Secures FDA Clearance for LumiCare™ Caries Detection Rinse

April 8, 2021 Articles

April 8, 2021 – GreenMark Biomedical Inc. announced that the company has secured regulatory clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its LumiCare™ Caries Detection Rinse as a 510(k) Class II Medical Device. “Gaining FDA clearance for our LumiCare™ device at this particular time is especially gratifying given the significant pandemic challenges […]

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Working with a Mastery of the Oral Microbiome

March 1, 2021 Articles

Technological innovations and increased knowledge of the oral microbiome can help our patients maintain oral health and improve oral health outcomes. March 2021 – Advances in technology and the availability of chairside testing have enabled us to better prevent, diagnose, and treat oral disease. Read the article at Dental Products Report

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Changing The Way We See Caries – Literally

May 11, 2020 Articles

May 11, 2020 – Typically the purview of science fiction writers and medical researchers, nanotechnology isn’t something dental professionals are asked to think about very often, let alone incorporate into their daily clinical practice. As more people learn about what GreenMark Biomedical makes possible, that will certainly change.

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After the Elevator Pitch

October 1, 2019 Articles , News

Fall 2019 – GreenMark Biomedical Inc. is a Michigan-based, minimally invasive healthcare company that was founded in 2016 by Dr. Steven Bloembergen with a mission to “enable dentists to preserve teeth through early diagnosis and treatment”. Dr. Bloembergen is a co-founder of EcoSynthetix Inc., a global bio-based nanoparticle manufacturer. In partnership with collaborators at the University […]

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Nanoparticle-Based Targeting and Detection of Microcavities

January 11, 2017 Articles

Advanced Healthcare Materials, January 11, 2017 – Although dental caries is the most prevalent oral disease worldwide, currently, many dentists continue to use the traditional mirror and probe (dental explorer) method of caries diagnosis. This method of caries detection has the drawback that it is often difficult to distinguish between active and inactive carious lesions. In this […]

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