Name the classes of biomaterials, Biology

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Explain the classes of biomaterials

When an artificial material is placed in the human body, tissue reacts in a variety of ways depending on the material type thereby, affecting the mechanism of tissue attachment to that surface. Biologic classification is based on tissue response and systemic toxicity effects of the implant and is divided into three classes of biomaterials:

Biotolerant

Bioinert

Bioactive

 


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