Abstract: Biomaterials are a class of high-tech materials used to diagnose, repair, or enhance their function in human tissues and organs, that is, natural or man-made materials used to replace and repair living tissues, and their effects are irreplaceable. Biomaterials can perform, enhance, or replace a function that is lost due to illness, injury, and so on, but can not restore a defective site.Summary: Alfa Chemistry offers a wide range of different biomaterials. You will find biocompatible metals and ceramics as well as a range of biodegradable polymers on our website.References: https://www.alfa-chemistry.com/products/biomaterials-11.htm
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