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[Biomaterials are known as any substances and materials for the aim of making devices to replace a section or a function of the body in a safe, dependable, cost-effective, and physiologically accepted manner, which is provided as synthetic or natural materials. Synthetic materials have gained...
[A schematic structure of a completely developed mammalian tooth, which consists of dentin, enamel, gingiva, pulp, cementum, and bone. As can be seen, the tooth is attached to its alveolus bone socket and held in place by a thin cementum interlayer adjoining the periodontal ligament.]
[Restorative dental materials are of great importance in dentistry for restoring and replacing injured or missed teeth with the purpose of simulating natural teeth functions besides providing translucency and tooth-like color shade. Restorative dental materials are produced as crowns, inlays,...
[Different kinds of oral care products have been produced since the 1920s. These are used for prevention of teeth from caries and initial mouth problems.]
[The term nanotechnology, referring to technologies operating at very small scales, was first introduced by Richard Feynman.]
[Additive manufacturing (AM) especially the three-dimensional (3D) printing technology has been applied for creating different complex geometry constructions which consists of printing successive layers of materials on top of other layers.]
[The finite element method (FEM) is a numerical method in which stress and strain distributions, resulting from the application of external force, pressure, and thermal variation, are calculated within several finite elements of a larger system with a complex geometry and heterogeneous properties]
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