DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20221807
Published: 2022-06-28

Graphene: a game changer in prosthodontics and implant dentistry

V. N. V. Madhav, Snehal Joshi, Manisha Kulkarni

Abstract


Graphene family nonmaterial, with supercilious mechanical, chemical, and biological properties, have grabbed attention on the path of researches seeking newer materials for future biomedical applications. Although potential applications of graphene had been highly reviewed in other fields of medicine, especially for their antibacterial properties and tissue regenerative capacities, in vivo and in vitro studies related to prosthodontics are very limited. Therefore, based on current knowledge and latest progress, this article aimed to present the recent achievements and provide a literature review on potential uses and applications of graphene that could be converted into clinical reality in prosthodontics.


Keywords


Graphene, Graphene based biosensor, Graphene oxide, Nitrogen doped graphene, Graphene nanoplates, Graphene nanoflakes

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