Reducing radiation dosage while simplifying dentistry
Dental Fluoroscopic Imaging System™ (DFIS)*
DFIS intends to simplify dental procedures by making them easier, safer and more efficient to perform through an innovative real-time imaging technology via the miniaturization of the medical fluoroscope for dental use.
View Master System™ (VMS)*
VMS is intended to provide high quality resolution at significantly lower radiation dose than current state of the art.
DFIS™ & VMS™ modular upgrade*
Aiming to combine the best of both worlds!
* Items are not available or approved for sale
May 02, 2013 - CHARLOTTE, NC and CLEVELAND, OH - Real Time Imaging Technologies LLC is pleased to announce that it has received U.S. Patent No. 8,430,563 DENTAL FLUOROSCOPIC IMAGING SYSTEM which covers the Company’s methods for providing a flat panel detector comprised by a gamma-rays or x-rays converter, a plate, a collector, a processing unit and a transmitter suitable for 2D intraoral/extraoral and 3D view extraoral dental fluoroscopy. This technology allows for enables dentists to use live video imaging to see anatomic structures during procedures such as dental implants and root canals thereby increasing patient safety while streamlining these procedures. This patent also enables static imaging with reduced dose radiation resulting in less patient radiation dose exposure.
“Today’s announcement broadens our current patent portfolio covering a unique imaging modality to the dental profession. Our technology is designed to offer dentists improved visualization during dental procedures so that they can enhance quality of patient care,” said Michael Sinsheimer, CEO of Real Time Imaging Technologies, LLC.
Beyond the newly announced intellectual property, Real Time Imaging Technologies has tested its proprietary devices with impressive proof-of-concept study results.
“We are getting close to a new era in dentistry allowing real-time visualization of dental procedures during performance while reducing radiation dosage in diagnostic x-rays like never seen before”, said Dr. Daniel Uzbelger Feldman, dentist at Dental Works, Cleveland, OH, faculty at Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry and inventor of the dental fluoroscopic imaging system.
About Real Time Imaging Technologies, LLC
Real Time Imaging Technologies, LLC is an early-stage company that was founded to develop new imaging modalities to increase patient safety and streamline dental surgical procedures. The Company has shown that its real time imaging solution and other digital imaging solutions can provide benefits to the dental profession.
Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Statements
This press release includes forward-looking statements regarding events, trends and business prospects, which may affect our future operating results and financial position. Such statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause our actual results and financial position to differ materially. Some of these risks and uncertainties include our history of operating losses, the need for further financing, inherent risk and uncertainty in the protection of intellectual property rights, regulatory uncertainties regarding the collection and results of, clinical data, dependence on third party performance, and other risks and uncertainties Real Time Imaging Technologies, LLC assumes no responsibility to update or revise any forward-looking statements contained in this press release to reflect events, trends or circumstances after the date of this press release.
Real Time Imaging Technologies Contact Information
Michael Sinsheimer, President, Real Time Imaging Technologies, LLC
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - 704-773-7652
Cleveland, OH- 02/22/2013 - Local business leaders, suppliers, engineers and experts in the imaging and medical physics area attended the Real Time Imaging Technologies, LLC prototype showcase today at RTI's headquarters. All of those in attendance agreed that the prototype offers solid proof of concept that the Company's prototype provides low dose dental imaging and dental fluoroscopy imaging at comparable resolution to existing dental technologies. RTI's prototytpe delivered a high-quality image with low radiation dose on a dental phantom.
Wolstein Center. Cleveland, OH - November 13, 2012 - Dr. Daniel Uzbelger Feldman at the 2012 Northeast Ohio Entrepreneur Expo & JumpStart Community Meeting: showcasing 117 of the region’s startups working to commercialize technologies that could change the way the world lives, works and plays.
Cleveland, OH - 05/15/2012 - From Brecksville to Cleveland: Real Time Imaging Technologies, LLC has won the business plan competition sponsored by TiE Ohio, and as a result, was offered a package including office space and services at the prestigious Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network http://www.magnetwork.org/ in Cleveland, OH. 'We are thrilled to start our new stage towards the development of the first ever US Dental Fluoroscopic Imaging System', said Michael Sinsheimer, CEO of Real Time Imaging Technologies, LLC.
Cleveland, OH - 03/27/2012 - The five Finalists of TiEQuest Ohio 2012 pitch in front of a live audience and a panel of judges representing the local investment community. They went through several rounds of submissions and eliminations during the past two months. Now they present their high potential businesses to win a prize package of cash, services, incubator space and pitch opportunities.e
Brecksville, OH - 12/04/2011 - Some Eric’s medical devices designs have been featured in Hollywood movies and highlighted in numerous news reports. In 2002, Eric’s Treon was awarded with the Medical Device Excellence Award (Gold).
Elyria, OH - November 18th, 2011 - Dr. Daniel Uzbelger Feldman (blue scrubs) at the Luncheon Awards Ceremony
Brecksville, OH - 11/18/2011 - Today, RTI Tech is very fortunate to announce Michael Sinsheimer as the company's new CEO. Mike has extensive experience in technology translation projects as founder/co-founder of many early stage medical and dental companies. Former VP, Marketing & Strategic Planning for Straumann USA - launched dental implant company now doing $100M plus in US annually.
• First Prize in Science & Technology 8th Annual Business Plan Competition, Temple University. May 2006 with Dental Fluoroscopy.
• Grand Prize 8th Annual Feasibility Study Award Competition, Temple University. January, 2006 with Dental Fluoroscopy.
• First Prize Science & Technology Temple University “Idea Competition Award.” October, 2005 with Dental Fluoroscopy.