DenMat receives patent for caries resistant composite material

DenMat Holdings, LLC (DenMat), has received a patent for a caries resistant composite material. Patent no. US 11,141,355 B2 was issued on 12 October 2021. This patent allows DenMat to continue to forge ahead in demonstrating its commitment to the art and science of dental innovation. The new patent allows for the creation of a disruptive platform that can be applied to virtually any restorative material where strength, aesthetics, and long-term clinical success are important.

“DenMat was founded in 1974 on the basis of providing innovative products to dental practices worldwide. We continue that tradition and expand on it by investing in disruptive and innovative platforms. We are excited about leveraging this caries resistant composite technology into our development of new dental products and materials. Dentists have come to trust us with products that provide predictable clinical outcomes, and we are excited to welcome new practices to experience our innovation,” said David Casper, chief executive officer of DenMat.

He added: “Dentistry is experiencing a wave of disruptive technology that benefits dentists and provides superior clinical outcomes for their patients. As a recognised leader in dental material manufacturing, we are well positioned to lead in new, innovative platforms.”

DenMat expects to launch the first product in this new category of restorative materials in Q1 of 2022.