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Bioprinting a New Jaw

Posted by hunter@stemsave.com on May 12, 2016 1:26:28 PM

An Australian periodontist has pioneered a new 3D printing technique that regrows missing gum tissue and jaw bones. Traditionally, bone and tissue replacements are taken from other parts of the body such as the hip or femur. Dr. Ivanovki’s method uses a bioprinter to grow missing tissue from a patient's own cells. This 3D printing alternative is much less invasive than bone replacement, and dramatically reduces the risk of infection or rejection.

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Topics: bioprinting, stemsaveblog, 3D Printing, bone regeneration, Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering, jawbone, mesenchymal stem cells

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