Medical Ceramics Market, by Material,Bio-active,by Application,and by Region-Global Trends,and Forec
Ceramic Materials are the combination of thermal and physical qualities which are used for various medical applications for the repair and reconstruction of human body parts. This employed majorly in dental and orthopedic applications, mainly as implants or replacements. The inherent brittleness of traditional ceramics has limited their ability to compete with ductile metals and polymers for technical applications. However, over the last 100 years innovative techniques in the fabrication of ceramics have led to their use as high-tech materials. Inert bioceramic, such as ZrO2 and Al2O3, have inherently low levels of reactivity compared with other materials such as polymers and metals as well as surface reactive or resorbable ceramics and they are expected to be non-toxic, non-allergenic, and non-carcinogenic for a life-time in a human bod. This led to the early adoption of the most recent generation of instruments using an established technology in the hospitals.