3D printed bone implants

3D printed bone implants

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Credit: VO TRUNG DUNG/LOOK AT SCIENCES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: 3D printed bone implants. Bioceramic powder that will be used to 3D print an implant to replace the damaged section of a patient's fractured tibia (shinbone). 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, creates objects by the successive addition of layers of material. Here, each 3D printed bone implant is constructed from bioceramic powder and custom made to fit each customer. Photographed at OsseoMatrix, France.

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