Special Issue "Advanced Materials for Oral and Dentofacial Surgery"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2020.
Interests: periodontitis; oral surgery; oral pathology; oral health-systemic health; bone biology
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Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Oral Health and Environmentally Related Factors Associated with General Health and Quality of Life
Special Issue in Journal of Clinical Medicine: Advances in Clinical and Translational Research of Oral Surgery, Biomaterials, and Oral Disease Management
Special Issue in Prosthesis: Osseointegration of Oral Implants: Importance of Bone Implant Interface and Periodontal Health in Long-Term Survival Rates
Special Issue in Materials: Biomaterials and Technologies in Dentistry
Special Issue in Pathogens: New Diagnostic and Treatment Techniques of Oral Microbiota
Special Issue in Journal of Personalized Medicine: Molecular Diagnosis and New Therapeutic Approach of Oral Diseases
Special Issue in Dentistry Journal: New Technologies in Dentistry
Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Applied Biomaterials in Oral Surgery and Personalized Dentistry
Special Issue in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health: New Biomarkers and Diagnostics in Oral Cancer and Oral Diseases
Interests: dentofacial orthopedics; orthodontic biomechanics; clear aligners; miniscrews; multidisciplinary treatments
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Material sciences is a major field of research in the current era of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. New developments in this field define the new frontier in many medical disciplines. Biomaterials play a significant role in the expansion of regenerative treatments of the maxilla, allowing a more sophisticated oral rehabilitation of edentulous patients. Periodontology, oral surgery, esthetic and implant dentistry are significant beneficiaries of the recent promising developments. These interconnected clinical domains are themselves major sources of research in implantable materials, particularly for bone materials and surgical adjuvants.
During the last decades, a plethora of different types of bone graft, adjuvants, bone substitutes, growth and differentiation factors, enamel matrix proteins, and various combinations thereof have been employed to achieve bone and periodontal regeneration. Despite positive observations in animal models and successful outcomes reported for many of the available regenerative techniques and materials in patients, robust information on the degree to which the reported clinical improvements reflect true bone and periodontal regeneration does not exist.
Thus, the aim of this Special Issue is to update and summarize the available evidence of the beneficial effects of biomaterials on periodontal wound healing and regeneration in bone reconstruction and in the treatment of defects and atrophies.
We especially welcome interventional studies aiming at improving the knowledge of the effectiveness of biomaterials and adjuvants in dentistry. Review studies including those that use conceptual frameworks for any of the aforementioned topics will also be welcomed.
It is my pleasure to invite you to contribute to this Special Issue.
Prof. Gaetano Isola
Dr. Vincenzo Grassia
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Periodontal regeneration
- Bone regeneration
- Periodontal disease
- Peri-implant disease
- Growth factors
- Oral surgery
- Periodontal surgery