Development of a composite tissue engineered alveolar bone-mucosal model using conventional and 3D printed scaffolding techniques

@inproceedings{Almela2018DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a composite tissue engineered alveolar bone-mucosal model using conventional and 3D printed scaffolding techniques},
  author={Thafar Almela},
  year={2018}
}
Advances in tissue engineering have allowed the construction of various tissues of the oral and maxillofacial region for clinical and in vitro modelling proposes. Additive manufacturing, also known as three−dimensional printing (3DP) is an innovative technique that offers an entirely new method of fabricating geometrically precise 3D structures, allowing the opportunity to progress composite tissue engineering to the point where complex anatomical relationships can be accurately replicated. The… CONTINUE READING

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