First National Symposium on “Biomaterials Research on Dentistry”


The pace of exciting progress made in biomaterials research can be hastened by the active involvement of clinicians and research scholars in dentistry. The objectives of research in biomaterials and technologies is not just to replace missing or damaged tooth structures but to promote both hard and soft tissue regeneration for predictable rehabilitation.

Recent years have seen the development of several biomaterials, such as natural and artificial polymers, ceramics, grafts and metals for clinical application with potential for tissue regeneration in dentin, periodontal ligament, dental pulp, enamel and bone. Special interest has been evinced in the role of dental stem cells and materials made with natural extracts or hybrid polymers with concepts based on safe and predictable clinical practices.

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