An Insight Into The Biomaterials Evolution And Its Diversity In Biomedical Dental Applications


  • Daya Srinivasan , Shoba Narayan



A biomaterial is a substance that has been designed to take a shape that is utilized for any theranostic property by understanding in-depth interactions with elements of living bio-macromolecular systems, either alone or as part of a complex system. Nanostructured materials have been discovered to have an impact on the amount, densities, arrangement, geometry, and orientations of biomolecules adsorbed at their surfaces, as well as their involvement in cell response. Understanding chemical bonding is crucial to comprehending biomaterial characteristics. Biomaterials are classified into five categories. Polymers based, metallic or metals based, ceramics of bio origin, natural influenced materials, and composites are the materials in use. Polymeric biomaterials consist the most various types of synthetic as well as hybrid materials now used in medicine. Natural polymers are biocompatible and have a low immunogenic reaction. Synthetic polymers have poor mechanical characteristics and low repeatability. Recent developments are highlighted, particularly for biomedical applications, in the artificial development and production of substances and coatings that are inspired by nature. Biomaterials are now being used in regenerative dentistry and reconstructive therapies thanks to a better understanding of tissue material interphase. Biomaterials and technology are boosting tissue regeneration as well as restoring missing or damaged tissues.



2022-12-31 — Updated on 2022-12-31




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An Insight Into The Biomaterials Evolution And Its Diversity In Biomedical Dental Applications. (2022). Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 2702-2706.