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Recent advances in autologous derivates and biomaterials for bone regeneration and maxillofacial reconstruction

Submission deadline: 01 February 2022
Special Issue Editors
Felice Lorusso, MD
Department of Innovative Technologies in Medicine & Dentistry, University of Chieti-Pescara, Via dei Vestini 31, 66100 Chieti, Italy
Interests: Dental Implants; Dentistry; Oral Surgery; Osseointegration; Bone Resorption; Dental Biomaterials
Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues

The recent advances in the field of regenerative medicine represent an important innovation for craniofacial reconstructive surgery. New possibilities due to materials characteristics, biological and biomechanical response are able to decrease the healing time and osteointegration with the host tissues. The identification of novel bio complexes based on blood derivates are able to promote the healing of the soft and hard tissues for the damaged tissues restoration. The present special issue aims to investigate the innovative applications in the field of reconstructive medicine and dentistry of novel bio-complexes for hard and soft tissue regeneration In detail, the in vivo and in vitro original articles, literature reviews and clinical studies will be considered for publication in the present special issue.

Dr. Felice Lorusso

Guest Editor

Keywords
Biomaterials
Bone Regeneration
Bio-scaffold
Bone Substitutes
Dental Implant
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