Biotechnology in Dentistry

The tooth and its supporting tissues area unit organized with advanced three-dimensional (3D) design, together with the dental pulp with a blood provide and nerve tissues, advanced multilayer periodontium, and extremely aligned periodontic ligament (PDL). Mimicking such 3D complexity and also the multicellular interactions naturally existing in dental structures represents great challenges in dental regeneration. Recent advances have enabled the 3D printing of biocompatible materials, seed cells, and supporting  parts into complex 3D functional living tissue. Furthermore, 3D bio printing is driving major innovations in regenerative medicine, giving to the field of regenerative dentistry a boost. The fabrication of scaffolds via 3D printing is already being performed extensively at the laboratory bench and in clinical trials; But , printing living cells and matrix materials along to provide tissue constructs by 3D bio printing remains limited to the regeneration of dental pulp and the tooth germ.

 

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