Written by Dentistry Today Monday, 06 October 2014 15:36
Dental implants may be improving soon.
Experts from the Autonomous University of Baja California in eastern Mexico created dental implants from a mixture of polymer with ceramic and a light consistency. The experts at this school optimized the performance of those dental tools after recreating what the chewing process was like. The goal was to make certain the implant would take on the brunt of the stress instead of the bone structure.
The proposed creation plans on standing up to the effort of chewing and thwarting the possibility of corrosion of titanium implants. Affordability was also in kept in mind.