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Bionanomaterials for Dental Applications 1st Edition
This book introduces readers to the structure and characteristics of nanomaterials and their applications in dentistry.
With currently available implant materials, the clinical failure rate varies from a few percent to over 10 percent and new materials are clearly needed. Nanomaterials offer the promise of higher strength, better bonding, less toxicity, and enhanced cytocompatibility, leading to increased tissue regeneration.
Mieczyslaw Jurczyk, director of the Institute of Materials Science and Engineering at the Poznan University of
Technology in Poland, has drawn from work in his laboratory and elsewhere in Poland to show that nanomaterials
have important biological applications including in the stomatognathic system consisting of mouth, jaws, and associated structures.
The book is written from a materials science and medical point of view and has 13 chapters and about 400 pages.
The book can be divided approximately into three sections: the first five chapters introduce nanobiomaterials, the next five chapters describe their dental applications, and the last chapters describe their biocompatibility.
Chapter 3 is a compendium on metallic biomaterials such as stainless steel, cobalt alloys, and titanium alloys; bioactive, bioresorbable polymers; and composites and ceramic biomaterials.
The “top-down” approach to producing nanomaterials such as high-energy ballmilling and severe plastic deformation, as well as Feynman’s “bottom-up technique” of building atom by atom, are discussed in the next chapter. Subsequent chapters discuss each material in depth and point out how new architectures and properties emerge at the nanoscale.