Dental Biomaterials

Dental biomaterials includes both the natural dental tissues like enamel, cementum, dentin and the synthetic dental materials such as polymers, composites, ceramics, etc. used to repair damaged, decayed teeth. These biomaterials are of different types i.e. orthodontics, braces, implants, etc. Orthodontics is a part of dentistry that leads to the alignment of teeth and jaws to improve oral health. Braces are mainly used in orthodontics to straighten teeth and to treat irregularities in teeth. Dental implants are the cylindrical forms made up of titanium, which is used as substitute for any missing teeth. Prosthesis means a device designed to replace a missing part of the body Diseased or missing eyes, arms, hands, legs, or joints are replaced by  using prosthetic devices. False teeth are known as dental prostheses. It is expected that the market for dental implants and dental biomaterials will grow at an overall CAGR of 6% and 10.5% respectively from 2010 – 2015.

  • Implants and prosthesis
  • Orthodontics and craniofacial research
  • Advanced surgeries and complex cases
  • Orthodontics: Braces
  • Restorative implants
  • Implant surgery

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