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Genial Bone Laser

Developing a device of the future

We have responded to feedback from the front lines to create a next-generation device with freer operability.

Genial Bone Laser is a next-generation device currently under development that is principally for cutting hard tissue in living organisms .Doctors in Osaka told us they wanted a scalpel that enabled easy reattachment without causing damage to the incision site. Once we heard this, we started development immediately.Lasers are distinctive for their lack of wear and tear on cuts. We improved the laser's operability by making its length and depth adjustable and adding material that made the line connecting the laser emitter to the scalpel flexible.
(International patent pending)

※Under development in anticipation of medical device approval.

Genial Bone Laser

Features

  1. Able to cut hard tissue in living organisms
  2. Adjustable length and depth achieved by passing the laser through multiple lenses
  3. Improved operability (the line connecting the laser emitter to the scalpel is made of flexible material)

Benefits and comparison between Genial Bone Laser and conventional surgical instruments

Conventional surgical instruments GENIAL BONELASER
Patient Surgery Secondary infection (high) Secondary infection (low)
Highly invasive Minimally invasive
Post-surgery Artificial/animal tissue substitute Substitute unnecessary / Return to original state
Rejection (high) Rejection (low)
Doctor Surgery Heavy work Light work
Medical error (high) Medical error (low)
Post-surgery Cutting time: 10 - 15 min Cutting time: 3 - 10 min
Hospital Evaluation Low High
  • The current state of the medical care market
  • Currently, less than 10% of surgical instruments are manufactured in Japan.
    We have technology to examine, but not technology to cure.
  • Task
  • Is it possible to cut bone with a laser?
  • Used to make an incision into the upper jaw bone.
    Cutting is not possible after 2 - 7 min (3.4 ±1.4 min) or with a thickness over 3 mm, so piezoelectric surgery was used.
    Mucous membrane penetrated in 33.3% of cases.
    Enables clean cuts not in straight lines.Takes a long time because the cutting strength is low.
  • Research and development
  • Reconsideration of wavelength used
    Repeated experiments and testing
  • 【Medical-Academic Partnership】
    Evidence from pathological examinations ※Joint research with Hyogo College of Medicine

    Bony callus formed after 3 weeks

    Device completed before regulatory application