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The potential of three-dimensional printing technologies to unlock the development of new 'bio-inspired' dental materials: an overview and research roadmap

Publication date2018
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Bio-inspiration is an approach in engineering aimed at optimizing artificial systems by borrowing biological concepts from nature. This review sets out to summarize the fundamental aspects employed by nature to avoid premature dental failures. On the basis of these findings, it then defines and evaluates rules for 'post-modern' manufacturing processes to imitate or regenerate complex biological systems.

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SARATTI, Carlo Massimo, ROCCA, Giovanni Tommaso, KREJCI, Ivo. The potential of three-dimensional printing technologies to unlock the development of new “bio-inspired” dental materials: an overview and research roadmap. In: Journal of prosthodontic research, 2018. doi: 10.1016/j.jpor.2018.10.005
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