bioceramic


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bioceramic

[‚bī·ō·sə′ram·ik]
(materials)
Biocompatible or osteoinductive (stimulating bone growth) ceramic material, such as hydroxyapatite or some other type of calcium phosphate ceramic, used for reconstructive bone surgery and dental implants.
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Nanovis has launched its bioceramic nanotube enhanced FortiCore interbodies following a successful alpha launch.
The aim of the study was to use bioceramic scaffolds synthesized by 3D printing and to investigate the local sustained delivery of vancomycin for treating chronic osteomyelitis infection.
The foundation of the company is a patented bioceramic material, which during the healing process is transformed into bone tissue.
Keywords: BioRoot RCS, Push-out bond strength, bioceramic endodontic sealers.
The aim of the trial is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the addition of ALLOB to the standard care of procedure, involving an interbody cage with bioceramic granules being implanted in order to achieve fusion of the lumbar vertebrae.
Successful application of nanoporous bioceramic bodies to treat the sizable bone defects in maxillofacial region due to curettage and resection of cysts and tumors was demonstrated by Simon [43].
Analysis of radiopacity, pH and cytotoxicity of a new bioceramic material.
Similar conclusions can be achieved considering the biological responses to bioceramic and polymer scaffolds.
(103,132) The major advantages of bioceramic cements are related to their physicochemical and biological properties.
EndoSequence Bioceramic (BC; Brasseler USA, Savannah, GA, USA) is one of these sealers that set using the moisture remaining after the canal is dried with a paper-point.
Although apexification was performed successfully with a newly available bioceramic root repair material (Endo-Sequence[R], BC RRM-Fast Set Putty, Brasseler, USA), the use of this material also resulted in the unexpected continued root growth (maturogenesis).
BCP bioceramic materials have possibly double action--stable increase of bone in volume and improvement of the remineralization depending on HAp and [beta]-TCP relations.