Zirconia in Dental and Other Biomedical Applications: An Overview | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Zirconia in Dental and Other Biomedical Applications: An Overview

Author(s):Firas H. Alwade, Intisar J. Ismail and Farah J. Ibrahim

An extensive range of biocompatible materials has been used in patients. Diverse biomedical applications demand different properties of materials, implicating mechanical, physical, chemical, and biochemical properties. Amongst biocompatible ceramics, zirconia-based biomaterials are considered as a biomaterial for retexture of hard tissues related to their excellent mechanical properties and good biological and chemical compatibilities. Zirconia is used in dentistry and in orthopedics, specifically in the area of femoral heads for total hip replacements.

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