The light bulb went off for co-founder Daniel Uzbelger Feldman when he was performing a challenging dental procedure to retrieve/bypass a separated instrument fragment left on a patient’s molar tooth during a root canal. Dr. Uzbelger Feldman still remembers his frustration and more importantly, the patient’s suffering, after three unsuccessful attempts of more than one hour each to retrieve the fragment. Since necessity is the mother of invention, he tried to find an alternative way to visualize these procedures during performance instead of before and after due to the limitations of existing x-ray imaging technologies.
He researched and discovered live imaging technologies were limited to the medical field. After comprehensive research, trial and error and by incorporating technologies used in ultra high definition digital cameras, it was feasible to achieve a higher image resolution, frame rates and lower radiation dose. These findings formed the basis of Real Time Imaging Technologies that now will be commercialized for dental and medical imaging use for enhanced patient care as well as for large format wave-front sensing advanced adaptive optics applications.
US Patent No. 11,559,268
US Patent No. 10,898,070
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Comprises the next generation of high quantum efficiency microlens-based and back illuminated flat panel detectors, large format adaptive optics wave-front sensing, dental imaging sensors and low dose x-ray sources resulting in significant dose reduction, higher resolution and dynamic/live visualization
Dental Cinematic Imaging System™
DCiS intends to simplify dental procedures by making them easier, safer and more efficient to perform through an innovative dynamic real-time imaging technology via the miniaturization of the medical fluoroscope for dental use
View Master System™
VMS is intended to provide high quality resolution at significantly lower radiation dose than current state of the art. The VMS™ viewfinder will allow aiming prior to taking an x-ray, like a cell phone/digital camera, thereby preventing mistakes and reducing patient’s overexposure caused by repeating radiographs
Chairman & Co-Founder
Mr. Sinsheimer is the founder of Medtech Catalyst, which has founded or co-founded several medical and dental device companies. He is co-founder and Chairman of Mobius Imaging, LLC as well as the co-founder and CEO of Cardan Robotics which were acquired by Stryker in 2019. Prior to that, Mr. Sinsheimer has had various key management roles as President of Integrated Marketing Concepts, a consulting firm advising healthcare product companies; VP of Marketing and Strategic Planning for the Straumann Company, a dental implant company that grew to several hundred million in revenue; and Marketing Manager at Pfizer, Inc. Mike holds an MHA from the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health and an MBA from the Stern School of Graduate Business at New York University.
Daniel Uzbelger Feldman:
CEO & Co-Founder
Daniel has 28 years of experience in dentistry; as a clinician, entrepreneur and in Academia in two different countries. He is the inventor of the first-ever microlens / back-illuminated CMOS-based low-dose digital video imaging device for dentistry / low-dose ultra high definition flat panel detector / large format adaptive optics wave-front sensor and is the author of a seminal work on the comparison of existing dental imaging technologies to medical fluoroscopes. Dr. Uzbelger has put together device development, testing and FDA clearance proposals as well as strategic partnership opportunities and the RTI Tech management team. In 2014, he was granted with the Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Dare-to-Dream Medtech Design Challenge Reader's Choice Award. In 2013, he was the recipient of the William H. Rollins Award granted by the American Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology. In addition, his team has won 3 consecutive awards at Temple University business plan competition series including the first prize in science and technology in the business plan competition.
M. Sannino, C. Bauza-Alcover, A. Font-Garcia, R. Gifreu-Pons, M. Gomez-Navarro, O. Llados-Cos, A. Molla-Garcia, A. Scott, D. Uzbelger Feldman, E. Simons, A. Birman, R. Turchetta, A. Bofill-Petit. A back-illuminated full-frame low-noise HDR image sensor for industrial, medical, and scientific applications. Presented at the 2023 International Image Sensor Workshop. Scotland, United Kingdom; 21-25 May 2023.
Uzbelger Feldman D, Yang J. Milliamperes settings and image noise reduction through back illumination and adaptive filtration. Abstract Book, 66th Annual Session of American Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology, Indianapolis, IN, 10/01/2015.
Uzbelger Feldman D., Panchal P.M., Yang J. Resolution and Dose Rates Comparison among Fluoroscopy, Digital/Film-Based Intraoral Radiography and CBCT Scan, Abstract Book of the 61th Annual Meeting of American Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology, San Diego, California, 2010.
Mistry AR, Uzbelger Feldman D, Yang J, Ryterski E. Low Dose X-Ray Sources and High Quantum Efficiency Sensors: The Next Challenge in Dental Digital Imaging?. Radiology Research and Practice, vol. 2014, Article ID 543524, 7 pages, 2014. doi:10.1155/2014/543524.
Uzbelger Feldman D, Yang J, Susin C. A Systematic Review for the Uses of Fluoroscopy in Dentistry. Chin J Dent Res. 2010 Jun;13(1):23-29.
Uzbelger Feldman D, Mistry AR, Yang J. Radiation exposure and image resolution testing of a low-dose x-ray imaging. Abstract Book of the 64th Annual Meeting of American Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology, Beverly Hills, California, 2013.
Uzbelger D. Comparison between Medical Fluoroscopy, Digital Dental Imaging and Intraoral Radiography. IADR. J Dent Res 2005; 84; 701.