Dr. Rainey is a research scientist who makes his living as a dentist in the small South Texas town of Refugio. He received his dental degree from the University of Texas, Houston. He is the director of the Texas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies® and is a past president of the Corpus Christi chapter of the Academy of General Dentistry. He is a pst adjunct associate professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Dentistry at San Antonio. As an innovator of modern Minimally Invasive and Air-Abrasive Micro-Dentistry®, he has contributed to developing a scientific approach to operative dentistry. He also has the only FDA-cleared-to-market and patented dental units in the profession. His innovations in microdentistry have resulted in six patents granted to date. In addition to lecturing world wide, he has authored numerous publications, focusing on microdentistry and previously undocumented tooth structures. A descendant of the original pioneering families who fearlessly fought for and settled Texas, Dr. Rainey maintains a private practice in Refugio, Texas.
Dr. Rainey at section 8.3.2 in the Lawrence Berkeley Advanced Light Source Laboratory, University of California @ Berkeley, Berkeley, California. Google Lawrence Berkeley Advanced Light Source laboratory, or lbl.gov