eISBN: 978-1-68108-691-0, 2018 ISBN: 978-1-68108-692-7
Ceramics have been used as biomaterials for oral and maxillofacial applications due to their excellent bioactivity, high hardness and wear resistance. One of the key drawbacks of synthetic implants is their failure to adapt to the local tissue environment. Improvements in reliability and biocompatibility of implants and prostheses can be achieved through surface modifications including the use of biomaterial thin films and nanocoatings.
This book provides readers with information about dental implants and biomaterial fabrication for maxillofacial procedures and dental bone / tissue repair. It is an ideal reference for medical and dental students and professionals (dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, prosthodontics) who are involved in implantology and tissue engineering. It will also provide valuable insights into the application and production of bioactive materials for any researchers and apprentices in materials science and biomedical engineering.
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Andy H. Choi,
Faculty of Science University of Technology Sydney Australia., Australia
The bone remodeling sequence is composed of three consecutive phases:
resorption, reversal, and formation. The utilization of numerical models to simulate the
fracture healing process may prove to be advantageous in determining the ideal
mechanical-based reconstruction or treatment after an illness or accident.
Bone remodeling, Finite element analysis, FEA, Osteoclasts,