alloplastic


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alloplastic

adjective Referring to alloplasty, see there.

alloplastic (al´ōplas´tik),

adj nonbiologic material such as metal, ceramic, and plastic.
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This paper is partially based on her Undergraduate Thesis titled "Generation of an Alloplastic Osteoconductive Ca-P Coated Silk-Fibroin Fibrous Biomaterial" was presented at TipTekno 2015 Congress.
Maxillary sinus lifting have been reported with other materials, such as alloplastic grafts, (1,59,60,62-64) xenografts (15, 24, 65) and bone morphogenetic protein (BMP).
3, 4) Various alloplastic materials have also been used including wooden block (Murray Carnochan, 1880), gold foil (Risdon, 1933), tantalum foil (Egners, 1946), Silastic (Robinson, 1968), proplast, Teflon, ticonium, stainless steel, acrylic, vitallium, silicone rubber prosthesis, and total metal joint prostheses.
When selecting an alloplastic implant for orbital reconstruction, it is important to consider the material properties of the implant.
The modern low dosage breast radiation therapy ensued by a substantial 25-month procedural-free interval, hence favoring local tissular regeneration [28, 29], altogether with the unapparent radiation-induced skin damage signs over the mastectomy flaps, made our patient also eligible for a two stage alloplastic procedure.
After smoothing the ankylotic joint surface, autogenous or alloplastic material is used to replace the meniscus.
Contract notice: Synthetic bone substitute for spine surgery, orthopedic and trauma, biomaterial alloplastic, acrylic resin for cranial bone defects.
The alloplastic silicone surface was covered with tridodecyl methyl ammonium chloride (TDMAC) cationic surfactant and coverage was achieved upon the adhesion with MR which has an anionic structure antibiotics with silicone (MD Anderson Tx/USA).
This definition highlights the alloplastic purpose of manipulativity: producing a belief in, or action by the other.
Due to disadvantages and limitations of allografts and xenografts, more attention has been focused on alloplastic materials.
Bone grafting materials can be broadly classified into four categories namely autogenous, allogenic, xenogeneic and alloplastic graft materials (2).