3D Printed Bones: Why This is the Future

Casper Slots, CCO of Particle3D, explains how 3D printed bones can restore and recreate a patient’s anatomy for optimal aesthetic and functional outcomes. The talk centers around the revolutionary technology and how it can be used to transform patients’ experiences of trauma and create a stronger sense of responsibility for surgeons.

At Particle3D, we are pushing for natural bone implants with regards to both material, shape and structure, thereby allowing surgeons to reconstruct bone without the need for permanent and ill-fitting implants.

“Standardized shoes do not fit everyone. Neither do standardized implants.”

 

 

The 3D printing media platform, 3Dnatives, writes about the video:

Top 1: Is 3D printed bone the future?

 We’ve discussed bone 3D printing on 3Dnatives before, but most projects were still at the research stage, initiated by university research teams. On the other hand, this medical technology startup develops thanks to 3D printable bioinks composed of beta-tricalcium phosphate personalised implants that could help regenerate bone in patients.

Do you want to learn more about the patient-fitted P3D Bone, and why this is the future of bone reconstruction?

About Particle3D
Particle3D is a Danish MedTech company founded on proprietary technology to 3D print patient-fitted, natural and degradable bone implants. This enables faster ingrowth on bone tissue, remodeling into real living bone, and results in fewer complications. The technology can also be used for 3D printed R&D products, implants with additives, such as growth factors, antibiotics or other pharmaceuticals, and even in industries outside healthcare. Website Particle3D – We Print Bone.

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