Ecografts – Contemporary Biologically Derived Bone Grafts - A Review


Authors : Dr. Anandkumar G Patil, Dr. Sayali Hogepatil, Dr. Prashant A Karni, Dr. Suvidha Patil

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 12 - December

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

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In recent times, in order to replace missing teeth in partially edentulous and completely edentulous patients, the implant-supported prosthesis is considered as the most preferred treatment modality to restore normal function and esthetics in routine dental practice. To achieve optimum esthetics and successful osseointegration for implant-supported prosthesis adequate bone quantity and quality are required but osseous ridge deficiencies are more often the norm than the exception following tooth loss, trauma, infection, periodontal disease. Most successful bone substitutes in today’s date are autografts or allografts which are also associated with the complications of bone harvesting which include infection, pain, blood loss, therefore there has been a significant interest in forage of alternative bone substitutes. Ecografts are organic structures, for example, corals, marine sponges, wood, and vegetal items that can be utilized as conciliatory formats to create permeable bioceramics that guzzle the regular morphology and multiscale permeable association. They have one of a kind building structures and synthetic sythesis for the repair and recovery of bone tissue. This review gives an image of bioinspired ceramic production for medicinal applications and features the innovative and mechanical difficulties related with this intriguing and entrancing field of research.

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