The drive for development of new and novel oral biomaterials has never been more important with many people using oral biomaterials today and seeing their benefits in restoring and improving their oral health for a more enjoyable lifestyle. The unique properties of biomaterials such as titanium (Ti), zirconia (ZrO2) and various polymeric materials have made them materials of choice in oral health: dental implants, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and even regenerative medicine. Oral biomaterials research today is an exciting and intensive multidisciplinary area that encompasses contributions from a wide range of fields from professional dentistry to biology, chemistry, physics, material science, and engineering.
Materials in Oral HealthThe University of Hong Kong
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The University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong is the territory’s oldest institute of higher learning and also an internationally recognized, research led, comprehensive university. It engages in frontier research and academic endeavours that reflect and address the needs of a fast changing, knowledge-based world.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM MATERIALS IN ORAL HEALTH
I felt it could be more clinically oriented and subjects could be more elaborate. More demonstrations can also be made
Es un curso extenso, la complejidad de los examenes aumenta un poco, bastante completo e interesante
Great to have sessions on recent material advancements in Dentistry!
Fantastic insight into dental materials and also the testing of them. Highly recommended course
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