Biomaterials

Biomaterials are defined as artificial materials that are made up of  biobased or synthesized materials. Biomaterials are used  for  reparation or reconstruction of the musculo-skeletal system and soft tissue regeneration and conjointly in various medical instruments and devices. The potential applications for biomaterials is quickly increasing, with entirely different physical, mechanical and medical properties required for numerous applications. One versatile and widely used methodology for the short preparation and testing of biomaterials is Pulser Laser deposition (PLD). Geistlich biomaterials are derivatives of natural bovine or porcine material that are been developed for new bone or soft tissue formation. They are used to promote new bone formation and soft tissue healing in the human body.Biomineralisation is a process of formation of minerals by living organism which are used for harden and stiffening of existing tissues. 

 

  • Types of biomaterials
  • Mechanical properties
  • Applications of biomaterials
  • Biocompatibility
  • Evolution of biomaterials research

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