Bio-Medical Related Products



Metals, resins and ceramics are used as bio-medical materials that enhance bodily functions due to bone and joint related illness are an important market for ceramics. The characteristics of ceramics vary widely depending on the area of usage. Bio-medical related ceramic products that are used in bones and joints are introduced in this section.


Dental Implant Living Body Natural Tooth Artificial Bone Artificial Joint 
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  1. 1.TokyoJapan

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