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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Likewise, preformed alloplastic, or synthetic nasal implants are 'one-size-fits-all' and do not address the individual needs of patients requiring different width, length or height.
Contract notice: Synthetic bone substitute for spine surgery, orthopedic and trauma, biomaterial alloplastic, acrylic resin for cranial bone defects.
While alloplastic materials are an alternative to autologous tissue in rhinoplasty, human fascia from the patient is more likely to be accepted and less likely to become infected, resorbed, or extruded.
This definition highlights the alloplastic purpose of manipulativity: producing a belief in, or action by the other.
Bone grafting materials can be broadly classified into four categories namely autogenous, allogenic, xenogeneic and alloplastic graft materials (2).
It might be beneficial, however, because it would suggest that the process of probability discounting is alloplastic.
Autogenous bone becomes osseointegrated and vascularized at its site of implantation, which decreases the chances of infection, displacement, and foreign body reaction compared with alloplastic implants.
His career accomplishments include performing a study called “A Histological Comparison of Alloplastic Grafts Placed in Infrabony Defects Around Hydroxyappetite Coated Implants” submitted to Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry for publication.
She comp-leted a PhD in alloplastic abdominal wall reconstruction and followed it up with a year in Congo working with the United Nations.
At present, an alloplastic material such as titanium is often used for mandibular reconstruction as it is resistant to corrosion, adaptable and biocompatible [10].
The presented development chart of number of alloplastic surgical operations of the hip and knee joints in the territory of the Slovak Republic draws on two sources: until 2003 it was statistics of the chief expert in orthopaedics of Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic and since 2003 it has been the Slovak Arthroplasty Register (SAR) (Necas et al.
According to Wilkins, osseointegration is the direct attachment of bone to an alloplastic material.