Particle3D ― We Print Bone™
Particle3D is a Danish medical technology company working to make bone replacements more accurate, effective, and safe.
In 2014, two engineering students and their professor invented the revolutionary technology as a solution to an evident clinical problem. The then head of the unit for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Odense University Hospital asked them to investigate a solution for replacing destroyed or surgically removed bone that could surpass all conventional treatments offered. He requested a material that is easily moldable, slowly degradable, and natural to the human body ― allowing surgeons to restore the patient’s tissue to its former shape and composition.
Meet our Team
Particle3D is driven by a strong team of ambitious and innovative people who have extensive experience within life sciences, technology, and business development.
Learn more about how
We Print Bone™
and the clinical benefits
of our P3D Bone implant.
I am very pleased to see the development and execution of our corporate strategy advancing. In addition to the company’s finalization of the development and registration of the innovative 3D printed customized bone implants, we intend to devote significant time and effort to pursuing global opportunities in offering 3D printed implants for different indications with the possibility of adding slowly released medication, such as antibiotics, which we belive offers tremendous opportunities for patients and health care providers.Thea Wulff Olesen
Latest News From Particle3D
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New research article: Treating mouse skull defects with 3D-printed fatty acid and tricalcium phosphate implants
The performance of 3D printed bone implants in a mouse model of craniectomy The performance of P3D Bone as a novel form of individualized ceramic bone implants and controlled release drug depots has been investigated in previous studies (Jensen et al., 2018; Slots et...
Tumoroids yield good research models for cancer research and screening of anticancer therapies In the study of cancer, tumoroids (tumor-like organoids) represent a promising tool for cost-effective research and screening of anticancer therapies. What are...
Bone cancer In 2017, cancer was the second most common cause of death worldwide, while bone cancer was a major cause of morbidity and mortality. In the following, we provide an informative overview of bone cancer, its types, causes, and effects. What is cancer?...