Medical Applications Of Additive Manufacturing In Surgery And Dental Care Pdf
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- U.S. Food and Drug Administration
- Additive fabrication technologies applied to medicine and health care: a review
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U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering pp Cite as. Additive manufacturing AM is a comparatively new, widely growing manufacturing method on which a lot of research work has been carried out and it is still a booming field that has multiple applications in industrial, medical, military, automobile, aircraft industries, and in many more areas.
This review is regarding the use of additive manufacturing for biomedical applications. This review presents how additive manufacturing has brought a revolution in medical applications, by building customized implants of different body parts as per customer-specific requirements, building prosthetics, and other medical devices as well. Additive manufacturing is rapidly being used because of its ability to bring about innovation in manufacturing extremely complex parts easily by building parts layer by layer; thus, giving it the flexibility to manufacture distinct or difficult parts, which are otherwise difficult to machine by traditional subtractive manufacturing.
The use of 3D-printed prosthetics, virtual surgical planning wherein by using CAD data, the vital body organs are 3D printed in a scale for the surgeons to perform virtual surgery on the 3D-printed organ before actually operating upon the patients.
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Additive fabrication technologies applied to medicine and health care: a review
To study the current status and applications of additive manufacturing AM in dentistry along with various technologies, benefits and future scope. A significant number of relevant research papers on the additive manufacturing application in dentistry are identified through Scopus and studied using bibliometric analysis that shows an increasing trend of research in this field. This paper briefly describes various types of AM technologies with their accuracy, pros and cons along with different dental materials. Paper also discusses various benefits of AM in dentistry and steps used to create 3D printed dental model using this technology. Further, ten major AM applications in dentistry are identified along with primary references and objectives. Additive manufacturing is an innovative technique moving towards the customised production of dental implants and other dental tools using computer-aided design CAD data. This technology is used to manufacture elaborate dental crowns, bridges, orthodontic braces and can also various other models, devices and instruments with lesser time and cost.
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