In this week’s issue of “From Academia”, we share with you three latest publications focusing on 3D printing ceramic implants from different angles. The first publication focuses on 3D printing ceramic bone implants using laser stereolithography. The second article describes a customized, purely synthetic, 3D-printed bioceramic implant to regenerate and restore large cranial defects with mature, well-vascularized bone, with a morphology, ultrastructure, and composition similar to those of native skull bone. The final article evaluates the accuracy and precision of in-office 3D printed dental implant surgical guides comparing three different commercially available systems.
“From Academia” features recent, relevant, close to commercialization academic publications. Subjects include but not limited to healthcare 3D printing, 3D bioprinting, and related emerging technologies.
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Design and Fabrication of Complex-Shaped Ceramic Bone Implants via 3D Printing Based on Laser Stereolithography
Authored by Alexander Safonov, Evgenii Maltsev, Svyatoslav Chugunov, Andrey Tikhonov, Stepan Konev, Stanislav Evlashin, Dmitry Popov, Alexander Pasko and Iskander Akhatov. MDPI Applied Sciences. 29 September 2020
In situ bone regeneration of large cranial defects using synthetic ceramic implants with a tailored composition and design
Authored by Omar Omar, Thomas Engstrand, Lars Kihlström Burenstam Linder, Jonas Åberg, Furqan A. Shah, Anders Palmquist, Ulrik Birgersson, Ibrahim Elgali, Michael Pujari-Palmer, Håkan Engqvist, and Peter Thomsen. PNAS. 12 October 2020
Accuracy and precision of 3D-printed implant surgical guides with different implant systems: An in vitro study
Authored by Matthew Yeung, Aous Abdulmajeed, Caroline K.Carrico, George R. Deeb, Sompop Bencharit. The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. 23 October 2019