Bacterial Interactions with Dental and Medical Materials
Melo, Mary Anne (editor)
The interaction of bacteria with biomaterials’ surfaces has critical clinical implications on the development and progression of biofilm-related diseases. In this book "Bacterial Interactions with Dental and Medical Materials", encouraging findings on tissue-contacting biomaterials to control biofilms, enhanced understanding of key mechanisms, and clinical perspectives are discussed toward improving healthcare.
Keywordspolymer; dental; antibacterial; antifouling; hydroxyapatite; star-shaped; hydrophobicity; acrylic acid; oral; composition; antimicrobial effect; biofilms; cytotoxicity; dental resins; physicochemical properties; mechanical properties; quaternary ammonium methacrylates; dental materials; dentistry; adhesives; light-curing of dental adhesives; composite resins; methylmethacrylate; oxides; cerium; polymers; dentine bonding agents; anti-bacterial agents; dental caries; biocompatible materials; quaternary ammonium compounds; antimicrobial; ceramic; coating; silicon carbide; fluoride(s); biofilm(s); Streptococcus mutans; bioreactor(s); enamel; composite materials; biomaterials; nanostructured materials; chronic wounds; infection; chick embryo CAM; ex ovo; bioactive desensitizer; hypersensitivity; SEM; nanoparticle; nanohydroxyapatite; microshear bond strength; phosphoric acid; self-etch; porous bioceramics; wollastonite; sol-gel technology; spark plasma sintering–reactive synthesis; bacterial test; surface modification; coatings; implant; biofilm; silver; copper; polylysine; dental composites; protein repellent; restorations; zwitterionic polymers; dental composite; antibiofilm; dental nanocomposite; calcium fluoride nanoparticles; remineralization; oral biofilm; electrospinning; nano-hydroxyapatite; toxicity; bone regeneration; white spot lesions; orthodontic; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Research & information: general