tissue restoration


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tissue restoration

Any of the biologically compatible materials used to replace missing body parts or to provide a scaffolding into which cells may grow and regenerate themselves.
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2], is one of the well characterized biomaterials, widely used in bone tissue restoration because of its chemical composition and structural similarity to natural bone minerals.
Stocum, Strategies for tissue restoration, comments in wound repair and regeneration, Regeneration biology and Engineering, Vol.
These results are quite exciting because it gives us a non-surgical solution for the problems of gum tissue restoration in areas of recession due to periodontal diseases," stated Dr.