Orthopaedics is the main field where they use 3D Printing and Knee Surgery is the most frequently printed joint supported by 3D technology.
Traditionally the Denture was made in wax which is then melted out of the mould and Chrome Cobalt is melted into the space.
They specialise in 3D Imaging and 3d Printing also use 3D Printing to produce a model of the jaws which they have found invaluable.
3D Kidney Tubule is that it can be used to test drugs to study the effect of Kidney disease and eventually allow the development of Kidney tissues.
The tooth is made up of the inner-dentine and that they actually got a database of different shades and they were able to print the light enamel colours.
FDA gave permission for the Epilepsy Drug Levetiracetam which is a common drug for Epilepsy to be 3D Printed.
Another example in 3D Printing in Medicine is airway splints in a paper called ‘Ex Vivo Tracheo Malmacial Model’.
The protentional to make any kind of organ and by using seed material from the patient’s tissue.
The different bioprinting methods available and looks at the products available and how each type of 3D Printing method where inkjet, laser or extrusion printing.