Recent trends in dental materials manufacturing demonstrate the increased inclusion of antibacterial and bioactive components in a variety of materials. Based on the reasons for failure of dental composites, and the higher than ideal failure rate, novel materials with bioactive additives that can inhibit disease and repair or replace lost tissue are essential.
The overall idea is to monitor health and detect disease early. A device on an implant, or a removable device like an orthodontic appliance would sense changes in temperature, pH , specific pathogens, salivary flow rates, fluoride levels, sleep cycles...
Real-time monitoring of dental caries using genetically engineered bioluminescent cariogenic bacteria and living imaging software to analysis and 3D reconstruction of caries map in oral cavity.
The mucosal surfaces of the oral cavity are excellent targets for temporary biodevices, yet mucoadhesion remains poorly understood and difficult to achieve.
An oral scanner that can detect pocket depth accurately and show tissue destruction where practitioner can see bacterial infiltration without using radiation and analyze saliva for bacterial content. It would help with treatment.
Device-facilitated lingual strengthening has been shown to result in improved swallowing function and increased saliva production in patients with dysphagia. However, the impact of this treatment approach on oral health as it relates to broader health-related outcomes, such as pneumonia development, requires further study.
The performance of oral biodevices, particularly those designed to sense analytes, can be dramatically impacted by surface fouling. Better strategies to inhibit interference by adsorbed biomolecules and biofilms will be needed.
Utilisation of biofeed back chip implanted in denture to promote stimulation of salivary glands to screate saliva in patients undergoing Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy in Cancer treatment. This can help the patients in fast recovery time from the effects of treatment and also promotes overall oral health in them .
Biodental Engineering is to solidify knowledge of bioengineering applied to dentistry. Recent years multiple new techniques and technologies have been introduced in relevant fields, such as: Biomechanical disorders, Orthodontics, Prosthodontics, Implantology, Aesthetics, Dental systems, Medical devices and Medical image.
Innovative Technologies will be key in individual and population monitoring of dental, oral and Craniofacial health and disease states and will form a major diagnostic and public health tool. Digital platforms will require dental/oral and Craniofacial workforce with enhanced training to deliver interactive and transformational solutions to communities.
My idea is developing a delivery system to maintain high concentration of remineraliztion materials on... more »