DPid (Dental Prosthetics Identification) may meet the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s 510k requirements for the introduction of a new medical device, with respect to documentation, identification, and traceability by providing a unique 2D Code (Data Matrix) and identification number linking to a secure database containing the dental prosthetic’s or appliance’s: 1) unique identification number, 2) country of origin, 3) contact information for the dentist and dental laboratory, 4) patient identification, 5) date of manufacture and of any subsequent changes, and 6) list of the component’s manufacturer, brand name, certifications, and related identifiers, including lot numbers.
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