M. Jyoshna*1, Dr. P. Venkatesh2, M. Venkateswarlu3
Jagans Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jangala Kandriga, Nellore
A B S T R A C T
The nanotechnology has been expected to be an extraordinarily promising method for bone repair. The promise of nanobiomaterials used to repair bone using nanomaterials accompanied by rapid development of nanotechnology. Nanostructured implants have been shown to possess positive effects on cellular functions because of their unique surface properties, such as nanotopography, increased wettability, larger surface area, and microenvironment similar to extracellular matrix. The positive cellular responses have been found to take place at the interface between nanostructured implants and host bone. The effects of surface properties of nano-structured bone repair materials on their performances in terms of several aspects and a detailed interpretation or introduction on the specific cellular recognitions at the interface between nano-structured implants and host bone.
Keywords: Nanotechnology, implants, cells, Nano materials, bone.