The chemistry of medical and dental materials examines the properties and interactions of these materials within the body at a molecular level and includes discussion of bioengineering and cell biology with accounts of the surgical procedures used as well as extensive coverage of the possible biological reactions to the presence of foreign materials in the body. Implants into the human body such as hip joints heart valves and dental crowns have been increasingly used over the last 40 years or so and many patients have benefited from their use but how much is known about the metals ceramics and polymers that are used in these repairs this book provides a state of the art account of the chemistry of the synthetic materials used in medicine and . The chemistry of medical and dental materials edition 2 chapter 5 dental materials dental materials are a diverse range of materials that do not fit easily into the usual materials classification of metals ceramics and polymers for this reason they are considered separately in this chapter emphasis is placed on repair materials both fillings and implants although prosthetic materials . Series rsc materials monographs book 3 hardcover 250 pages publisher royal society of chemistry 1 edition september 10 2002 language english isbn 10 0854045724 isbn 13 978 0854045723 product dimensions 61 x 08 x 92 inches shipping weight 11 pounds view shipping rates and policies customer reviews be the first to write a . Chemistry world education in chemistry open access historical collection access to rsc content continue to access rsc content when you are not at your institution
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