BIO-INSPIRED MATERIALS & ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING METHODS FOR DENTAL IMPLANTS - A REVIEW
Bioprinting is the novel platform to address complex medical problems into 3 dimensional prototypes. Human body structure comprises different internal and external biological components. After World War II, biomaterials gained attention throughout by replacing the injured, diseased, lost human organs. The choice and fabrication of biomaterials plays a vital role in terms suitability, sensitivity and functioning with other organs. Dentistry is one of the most important components of the human body which helps in chewing the food properly and ease the digestion system. A strong tooth provides chewing forces and adequate wear resistance. Dental issues are common throughout the world mostly by food habit.
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