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hard tis·sue

1. tissue that has become mineralized;
2. tissue having a firm intercellular substance, for example, cartilage and bone.

hard tissue

In dentistry, the term used to denote any of the three calcified tissue components of the tooth: enamel, dentin, and cementum.
See also: tissue
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Ron Kaminer -- Hewlett, NY, a foremost international lecturer and trainer on hard tissue lasers says, "AMD LASERS is doing it again.
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A spin-out company from Imperial College London, headquartered within the Imperial College Incubator, RepRegen is poised to commercialize the initial product of its hard tissue repair and regeneration platform targeted for orthopaedic (trauma, spine) and craniomaxillofacial applications.
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Through the recent CE marking approval RepRegen is now commercializing the first product of its hard tissue repair and regeneration platform - StronBone[TM] bone graft substitute bioactive glass with Strontium.
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