Determine biologically compatibility of implant materials, Biology

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Biologically compatibility od implant materials

An ideal implant material will elicit mainly physiological reactions within the surrounding tissues (bone, connective tissue and epithelium). The interactions between the implant materials and tissues must not lead to secondary alterations in the organism or to biologic instability of the implant due to corrosion or dissolution and resorption of the implantsurface.

 


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