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Bioceramic Usage in Endodontics

Bioceramics refer to biomaterials that are used in direct contact with living tissue in the medical and dental field. Various types of Bioceramics that are available in medicine and dentistry, include Bioinert bioceramics like Zirconia and Alumina that do not react with the environment they are in contact with. Bioactive bioceramics that react with the tissue components and may either be bioresorbable like calcium phosphate bone substitute materials or non-bioresorbable such as the calcium silicate or hydraulic cements used in endodontics.

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