Special Issue "Nanomaterials in Oral Science"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 November 2022) | Viewed by 20768
Interests: antimicrobial nanoformulation; antimicrobial peptides; antimicrobial resistance
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2. Center for Innovation and Research in Oral Sciences (CIROS), Faculty of Medicine, University of Coimbra, 3000-075 Coimbra, Portugal
Interests: biomaterials; endodontics filers; endodontics; regenerative tissue; apexification; apical papilla; stem cells; calcium-silicate-based cements; cyclic fatigue resistance; dental materials; modified adhesives; bioactive materials; dental composites; mineral trioxide aggregate; nanotechnology; regenerative endodontics procedures; revascularization/revitalization
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Nanomaterials with exciting functional properties are increasingly being used for oral applications. This emerging technology has gained a vast expansion of knowledge in the last few years, especially in terms of the future clinical translation of scientific attainments, driven by new insights in developmental biology, cell and molecular biology of native tissues and oral tissues, and new nanomaterials with biological activities.
Oral research studies have shown that the properties which make nanomaterials useful for prevention, diagnosis, and therapeutic applications may also give rise to potential hazardous outcomes. This recent technology has generated a wave of new developments in the field of dental materials. Nanomaterial-based designs are able to mimic some of the mechanical and structural properties of native tissue and can promote better biointegration. Moreover, nanomaterials may be effective to control oral biofilm formation due to their biocidal, anti-adhesive, and drug delivery capabilities in an attempt to reduce microbial adhesion to oral devices.
Various compositions of nanomaterials have been employed as restorative materials. They have been employed to develop a new generation of restorative composites for treatment but also to prevent new caries, in a minimally invasive way, in the remineralization process.
This Special Issue aims to highlight the current knowledge in contemporary basic and clinical research on applications of nanomaterials in oral science.
These papers especially focus on new nanomaterial approaches in oral sciences, including the synthesis and incorporation of nanomaterials for oral tissue repair, biocompatibility, dental infection, early diagnosis, prevention, and the regeneration of oral tissue, pulp, and periodontal tissue. Other topics include nanobiomaterials as natural bioactive molecules, in vitro and in vivo applications, and the side effects of nanomaterial-coated implants.
On behalf of Nanomaterials, you are cordially invited to contribute an article to the Special Issue “Nanomaterials in Oral Science”. Research articles, reviews, and mini reviews are welcome.
Dr. Akhilesh Rai
Prof. Dr. Paulo J. Palma
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- Nanotechnology on oral science
- Molecular nanosystems
- Nanomaterials for dental tissue regeneration
- Nanoparticles for restauration materials
- Nanomaterials and nanoparticles
- Nanostructures (first to fourth generation) applied to oral science
- Remineralization of hard tissue with nanoparticles
- Nanotechnology for oral science
- Nano-impression materials
- Bone substitutes
- Nanoparticles as tumor biomarkers
- Nano-diagnostic (photosensitizers and carriers)
- Nanotherapeutics/drug delivery (size-related) application in oral sciences: