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Dental Implant Supported Semi-implanted Platform and its Applications for Long-term Painless Drug Delivery and Blood Monitoring

Dental Implant Supported Semi-implanted Platform and its Applications for Long-term Painless Drug Delivery and Blood Monitoring

With the mature of Internet, wireless communication, and complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (COMS) technology, the intelligent portable and wearing devices have become popular in the beginning of the 21st century. Various applications rapidly develop by the smart phone, related apps, and the connected outer devices. However, the medical applications are highly limited due to the restrictions of non-invasive monitoring, such as heart rate, walking steps, oxygen saturation, etc. Such limitations restrict the devices in further medical applications. The dental implant supported drug delivery and biosensor platform may provide a chance for relative painless, long-term and continuous molecular releasing and bio-sensing by directly contact to the upper jaw bone marrow and reach the inside blood pool. We review the current medical procedures and discuss the concept of dental implant along with the principles to avoid painful sensations in this article. Then we also discuss the advantages, special considerations and challenges of such intra-oral device in the medical, dental and engineering aspects.

 

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