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  • Cementum engineering with three-dimensional polymer …

    2019-3-18 · ament fibroblasts (SV-PDLs), and dental follicle (SV-F) cells obtained from mice were used as a tool to study periodontal tissue engineering. OCCM, SV-PDL, and SV-F cells were seeded onto three-dimensional poly lactic-co-glycolic acid (PLGA) scaffolds and cultured with the use of bioreactors or implanted subcutaneously in severe combined ...

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  • Tissue Engineering and Three-Dimensional Printing in ...

    2020-12-11 · So the use of three-dimensional (3D) printed sca olds could be an interesting complementary technique [13–15]. The aim of the literature review was to produce an overview of the scope of sca olds in periodontal regeneration, as well as the di erent 3D printing techniques and materials used for 3D printing. 2. The Di erent 3D Printing ...

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  • Three dimensional printed nanostructure biomaterials for ...

    Three-dimensional printing (3DP) is a manufacturing process in which objects are made by fusing or depositing materials such as; plastic, metal, ceramics, powders, liquids, or even living cells in layers to produce a 3D object .

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  • Three-dimensional printing of metals for biomedical ...

    2019-6-1 · Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology has received great attention in the past decades in both academia and industry because of its advantages such as customized fabrication, low manufacturing cost, unprecedented capability for complex geometry, and short fabrication period. 3D printing of metals with controllable structures represents a state-of-the-art technology that enables the ...

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  • 3D Printing in Dentistry

    2019-8-28 · Abstract. Fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) items is of utmost importance in oral surgery, dental prosthodontics, and maxillofacial implants. Computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) are promising technologies that can create structures of interest with acceptable efficiency, accuracy, and reproducibility.

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  • Structural repair of wind turbine blades: Computational ...

    2020-10-5 · Three-dimensional (3-D) finite element models of structural (scarf) repair of wind turbine blade, including the composite patch, adhesive, coating and parent composite structures is developed. Computational studies of the effect of the scarf angle, thickness of the adhesive layer and the availability of voids in the adhesive on the stress field ...

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  • Three-dimensional bio-printing and bone tissue …

    2020-6-3 · Bone grafting has been considered the gold standard for hard tissue reconstructive surgery and is widely used for large mandibular defect reconstruction. However, the midface encompasses delicate structures that are surrounded by a complex bone architecture, which makes bone grafting using traditional methods very challenging. Three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting is a developing technology …

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  • Scientists develop unique materials to repair damaged ...

    2018-8-7 · The laboratory specialists developed a three-dimensional porous material made of collagen and chitosan, an analog of bone tissue.Using this material, the …

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  • Dental polymers - SlideShare

    2013-3-27 · Dental polymers 1. DENTAL POLYMERSPRESENTED BY, SMIJAL 2. CONTENTS Resins used in Dentistry Classification of Resins Polymerization Classification of Polymers Stages of Polymerization Inhibition of Polymerization Physical properties of polymers 3.

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  • Three dimensional printed scaffolds and biomaterials for ...

    2020-11-20 · on the medline search using keywords Three dimensional printing, scaffolds, alveolar bone, periodontal ligament and regeneration. Hence, in this review an attempt is made to brief the biomaterials used in regeneration of alveolar bone ad periodontal ligament. 3d …

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  • Structural repair of wind turbine blades: Computational ...

    2020-10-5 · Three-dimensional (3-D) finite element models of structural (scarf) repair of wind turbine blade, including the composite patch, adhesive, coating and parent composite structures is developed. Computational studies of the effect of the scarf angle, thickness of the adhesive layer and the availability of voids in the adhesive on the stress field ...

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  • 3D Printing in Dentistry

    2019-8-28 · Abstract. Fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) items is of utmost importance in oral surgery, dental prosthodontics, and maxillofacial implants. Computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) are promising technologies that can create structures of interest with acceptable efficiency, accuracy, and reproducibility.

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  • Patient-Specific Surgical Implants Made of 3D Printed …

    Additive manufacturing (AM) is rapidly gaining acceptance in the healthcare sector. Three-dimensional (3D) virtual surgical planning, fabrication of anatomical models, and patient-specific implants (PSI) are well-established processes in the surgical fields. Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) has been used, mainly in the reconstructive surgeries as a reliable alternative to other alloplastic ...

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  • Three dimensional printed nanostructure biomaterials for ...

    Three-dimensional printing (3DP) is a manufacturing process in which objects are made by fusing or depositing materials such as; plastic, metal, ceramics, powders, liquids, or even living cells in layers to produce a 3D object .

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  • Three-dimensional bio-printing and bone tissue …

    2020-6-3 · Bone grafting has been considered the gold standard for hard tissue reconstructive surgery and is widely used for large mandibular defect reconstruction. However, the midface encompasses delicate structures that are surrounded by a complex bone architecture, which makes bone grafting using traditional methods very challenging. Three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting is a developing technology …

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  • Comprehensive Analysis of Repair/Reinforcement …

    2013-1-12 · Repair and reinforcement of the polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) resin denture base with different materials have been tried and documented in the literature which include stainless steel alloy wires [1–4], polyethylene fibers [5–10], glass fibers [11–14], carbon fibers [], polyaramid fibers [] and alloy mesh [].Among the materials employed, the superiority of one over the other has not ...

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  • Three-dimensional printing of multilayered tissue ...

    2018-10-1 · Abstract. The field of tissue engineering has produced new therapies for the repair of damaged tissues and organs, utilizing biomimetic scaffolds that mirror the mechanical and biological properties of host tissue. The emergence of three-dimensional printing (3DP) technologies has enabled the fabrication of highly complex scaffolds that offer a ...

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  • 3D printing of ceramics: A review - ScienceDirect

    2019-4-1 · The SL technique is believed to be the most prominent and popular 3D printing technology and has been extensively used worldwide [].It was first proposed and developed by Hull in 1986 [] and was later commercialised by 3D Systems Inc. SL is a process in which a light source of a certain wavelength (usually in the ultraviolet range) is used to selectively cure a liquid surface in a vat ...

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  • Performance of degradable composite bone repair …

    2003-7-8 · This study analyzed the in vivo performance of composite degradable bone repair products fabricated using the TheriForm™ process, a solid freeform fabrication (SFF) technique, in a rabbit calvarial defect model at 8 weeks. Scaffolds were composed of polylactic‐co‐glycolic acid (PLGA) polymer with 20% w/w β‐tricalcium phosphate (β‐TCP) ceramic with engineered macroscopic channels, a ...

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  • Three dimensional printed scaffolds and biomaterials for ...

    2020-11-20 · on the medline search using keywords Three dimensional printing, scaffolds, alveolar bone, periodontal ligament and regeneration. Hence, in this review an attempt is made to brief the biomaterials used in regeneration of alveolar bone ad periodontal ligament. 3d …

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  • Structural repair of wind turbine blades: Computational ...

    2020-10-5 · Three-dimensional (3-D) finite element models of structural (scarf) repair of wind turbine blade, including the composite patch, adhesive, coating and parent composite structures is developed. Computational studies of the effect of the scarf angle, thickness of the adhesive layer and the availability of voids in the adhesive on the stress field ...

    Get Price
  • 3D Printing in Dentistry

    2019-8-28 · Abstract. Fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) items is of utmost importance in oral surgery, dental prosthodontics, and maxillofacial implants. Computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) are promising technologies that can create structures of interest with acceptable efficiency, accuracy, and reproducibility.

    Get Price
  • Patient-Specific Surgical Implants Made of 3D Printed …

    Additive manufacturing (AM) is rapidly gaining acceptance in the healthcare sector. Three-dimensional (3D) virtual surgical planning, fabrication of anatomical models, and patient-specific implants (PSI) are well-established processes in the surgical fields. Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) has been used, mainly in the reconstructive surgeries as a reliable alternative to other alloplastic ...

    Get Price
  • Three dimensional printed nanostructure biomaterials for ...

    Three-dimensional printing (3DP) is a manufacturing process in which objects are made by fusing or depositing materials such as; plastic, metal, ceramics, powders, liquids, or even living cells in layers to produce a 3D object .

    Get Price
  • Three-dimensional bio-printing and bone tissue …

    2020-6-3 · Bone grafting has been considered the gold standard for hard tissue reconstructive surgery and is widely used for large mandibular defect reconstruction. However, the midface encompasses delicate structures that are surrounded by a complex bone architecture, which makes bone grafting using traditional methods very challenging. Three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting is a developing technology …

    Get Price
  • Comprehensive Analysis of Repair/Reinforcement …

    2013-1-12 · Repair and reinforcement of the polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) resin denture base with different materials have been tried and documented in the literature which include stainless steel alloy wires [1–4], polyethylene fibers [5–10], glass fibers [11–14], carbon fibers [], polyaramid fibers [] and alloy mesh [].Among the materials employed, the superiority of one over the other has not ...

    Get Price
  • Three-dimensional printing of multilayered tissue ...

    2018-10-1 · Abstract. The field of tissue engineering has produced new therapies for the repair of damaged tissues and organs, utilizing biomimetic scaffolds that mirror the mechanical and biological properties of host tissue. The emergence of three-dimensional printing (3DP) technologies has enabled the fabrication of highly complex scaffolds that offer a ...

    Get Price
  • 3D printing of ceramics: A review - ScienceDirect

    2019-4-1 · The SL technique is believed to be the most prominent and popular 3D printing technology and has been extensively used worldwide [].It was first proposed and developed by Hull in 1986 [] and was later commercialised by 3D Systems Inc. SL is a process in which a light source of a certain wavelength (usually in the ultraviolet range) is used to selectively cure a liquid surface in a vat ...

    Get Price
  • Performance of degradable composite bone repair …

    2003-7-8 · This study analyzed the in vivo performance of composite degradable bone repair products fabricated using the TheriForm™ process, a solid freeform fabrication (SFF) technique, in a rabbit calvarial defect model at 8 weeks. Scaffolds were composed of polylactic‐co‐glycolic acid (PLGA) polymer with 20% w/w β‐tricalcium phosphate (β‐TCP) ceramic with engineered macroscopic channels, a ...

    Get Price
  • Three dimensional printed scaffolds and biomaterials for ...

    2020-11-20 · on the medline search using keywords Three dimensional printing, scaffolds, alveolar bone, periodontal ligament and regeneration. Hence, in this review an attempt is made to brief the biomaterials used in regeneration of alveolar bone ad periodontal ligament. 3d …

    Get Price
  • Structural repair of wind turbine blades: Computational ...

    2020-10-5 · Three-dimensional (3-D) finite element models of structural (scarf) repair of wind turbine blade, including the composite patch, adhesive, coating and parent composite structures is developed. Computational studies of the effect of the scarf angle, thickness of the adhesive layer and the availability of voids in the adhesive on the stress field ...

    Get Price
  • 3D Printing in Dentistry

    2019-8-28 · Abstract. Fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) items is of utmost importance in oral surgery, dental prosthodontics, and maxillofacial implants. Computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) are promising technologies that can create structures of interest with acceptable efficiency, accuracy, and reproducibility.

    Get Price
  • Patient-Specific Surgical Implants Made of 3D Printed …

    Additive manufacturing (AM) is rapidly gaining acceptance in the healthcare sector. Three-dimensional (3D) virtual surgical planning, fabrication of anatomical models, and patient-specific implants (PSI) are well-established processes in the surgical fields. Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) has been used, mainly in the reconstructive surgeries as a reliable alternative to other alloplastic ...

    Get Price
  • Three dimensional printed nanostructure biomaterials for ...

    Three-dimensional printing (3DP) is a manufacturing process in which objects are made by fusing or depositing materials such as; plastic, metal, ceramics, powders, liquids, or even living cells in layers to produce a 3D object .

    Get Price
  • Three-dimensional bio-printing and bone tissue …

    2020-6-3 · Bone grafting has been considered the gold standard for hard tissue reconstructive surgery and is widely used for large mandibular defect reconstruction. However, the midface encompasses delicate structures that are surrounded by a complex bone architecture, which makes bone grafting using traditional methods very challenging. Three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting is a developing technology …

    Get Price
  • Comprehensive Analysis of Repair/Reinforcement …

    2013-1-12 · Repair and reinforcement of the polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) resin denture base with different materials have been tried and documented in the literature which include stainless steel alloy wires [1–4], polyethylene fibers [5–10], glass fibers [11–14], carbon fibers [], polyaramid fibers [] and alloy mesh [].Among the materials employed, the superiority of one over the other has not ...

    Get Price
  • Three-dimensional printing of multilayered tissue ...

    2018-10-1 · Abstract. The field of tissue engineering has produced new therapies for the repair of damaged tissues and organs, utilizing biomimetic scaffolds that mirror the mechanical and biological properties of host tissue. The emergence of three-dimensional printing (3DP) technologies has enabled the fabrication of highly complex scaffolds that offer a ...

    Get Price
  • 3D printing of ceramics: A review - ScienceDirect

    2019-4-1 · The SL technique is believed to be the most prominent and popular 3D printing technology and has been extensively used worldwide [].It was first proposed and developed by Hull in 1986 [] and was later commercialised by 3D Systems Inc. SL is a process in which a light source of a certain wavelength (usually in the ultraviolet range) is used to selectively cure a liquid surface in a vat ...

    Get Price
  • Performance of degradable composite bone repair …

    2003-7-8 · This study analyzed the in vivo performance of composite degradable bone repair products fabricated using the TheriForm™ process, a solid freeform fabrication (SFF) technique, in a rabbit calvarial defect model at 8 weeks. Scaffolds were composed of polylactic‐co‐glycolic acid (PLGA) polymer with 20% w/w β‐tricalcium phosphate (β‐TCP) ceramic with engineered macroscopic …

    Get Price
  • Three dimensional printed scaffolds and biomaterials for ...

    2020-11-20 · on the medline search using keywords Three dimensional printing, scaffolds, alveolar bone, periodontal ligament and regeneration. Hence, in this review an attempt is made to brief the biomaterials used in regeneration of alveolar bone ad periodontal ligament. 3d …

    Get Price
  • Structural repair of wind turbine blades: Computational ...

    2020-10-5 · Three-dimensional (3-D) finite element models of structural (scarf) repair of wind turbine blade, including the composite patch, adhesive, coating and parent composite structures is developed. Computational studies of the effect of the scarf angle, thickness of the adhesive layer and the availability of voids in the adhesive on the stress field ...

    Get Price
  • 3D Printing in Dentistry

    2019-8-28 · Abstract. Fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) items is of utmost importance in oral surgery, dental prosthodontics, and maxillofacial implants. Computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) are promising technologies that can create structures of interest with acceptable efficiency, accuracy, and reproducibility.

    Get Price
  • Patient-Specific Surgical Implants Made of 3D Printed …

    Additive manufacturing (AM) is rapidly gaining acceptance in the healthcare sector. Three-dimensional (3D) virtual surgical planning, fabrication of anatomical models, and patient-specific implants (PSI) are well-established processes in the surgical fields. Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) has been used, mainly in the reconstructive surgeries as a reliable alternative to other alloplastic ...

    Get Price
  • Three dimensional printed nanostructure biomaterials for ...

    Three-dimensional printing (3DP) is a manufacturing process in which objects are made by fusing or depositing materials such as; plastic, metal, ceramics, powders, liquids, or even living cells in layers to produce a 3D object .

    Get Price
  • Three-dimensional bio-printing and bone tissue …

    2020-6-3 · Bone grafting has been considered the gold standard for hard tissue reconstructive surgery and is widely used for large mandibular defect reconstruction. However, the midface encompasses delicate structures that are surrounded by a complex bone architecture, which makes bone grafting using traditional methods very challenging. Three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting is a developing technology …

    Get Price
  • Comprehensive Analysis of Repair/Reinforcement …

    2013-1-12 · Repair and reinforcement of the polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) resin denture base with different materials have been tried and documented in the literature which include stainless steel alloy wires [1–4], polyethylene fibers [5–10], glass fibers [11–14], carbon fibers [], polyaramid fibers [] and alloy mesh [].Among the materials employed, the superiority of one over the other has not ...

    Get Price
  • Three-dimensional printing of multilayered tissue ...

    2018-10-1 · Abstract. The field of tissue engineering has produced new therapies for the repair of damaged tissues and organs, utilizing biomimetic scaffolds that mirror the mechanical and biological properties of host tissue. The emergence of three-dimensional printing (3DP) technologies has enabled the fabrication of highly complex scaffolds that offer a ...

    Get Price
  • 3D printing of ceramics: A review - ScienceDirect

    2019-4-1 · The SL technique is believed to be the most prominent and popular 3D printing technology and has been extensively used worldwide [].It was first proposed and developed by Hull in 1986 [] and was later commercialised by 3D Systems Inc. SL is a process in which a light source of a certain wavelength (usually in the ultraviolet range) is used to selectively cure a liquid surface in a vat ...

    Get Price
  • Performance of degradable composite bone repair …

    2003-7-8 · This study analyzed the in vivo performance of composite degradable bone repair products fabricated using the TheriForm™ process, a solid freeform fabrication (SFF) technique, in a rabbit calvarial defect model at 8 weeks. Scaffolds were composed of polylactic‐co‐glycolic acid (PLGA) polymer with 20% w/w β‐tricalcium phosphate (β‐TCP) ceramic with engineered macroscopic channels, a ...

    Get Price