The state of additive manufacturing in dental research – A systematic scoping review of 2012–2022

Celik, H Kursat and Koc, Simay and Kustarci, Alper and Caglayan, Nuri and Rennie, Allan (2023) The state of additive manufacturing in dental research – A systematic scoping review of 2012–2022. Heliyon, 9 (6): e17462. ISSN 2405-8440

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Abstract

Background/purpose: Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, has the potential to transform the industry. While there have been advancements in using AM for dental restorations, there is still a need for further research to develop functional biomedical and dental materials. It’s crucial to understand the current status of AM technology and research trends to advance dental research in this field. The aim of this study is to reveal the current status of international scientific publications in the field of dental research related to AM technologies. Materials and methods: In this study, a systematic scoping review was conducted using appropriate keywords within the scope of international scientific publishing databases (PubMed and Web of Science). The review included related clinical and laboratory research, including both human and animal studies, case reports, review articles, and questionnaire studies. A total of 187 research studies were evaluated for quantitative synthesis in this review. Results: The findings highlighted a rising trend in research numbers over the years (From 2012 to 2022). The most publications were produced in 2020 and 2021, with annual percentage increases of 25.7% and 26.2%, respectively. The majority of AM-related publications in dentistry research originate from Korea. The pioneer dental sub-fields with the ost publications in its category are prosthodontics and implantology, respectively. Conclusion: The final review result clearly stated an expectation for the future that the research in dentistry would concentrate on AM technologies in order to increase the new product and process development in dental materials, tools, implants and new generation modelling strategy related to AM. The results of this work can be used as indicators of trends related to AM research in dentistry and/or as prospects for future publication expectations in this field.

Item Type:
Journal Article
Journal or Publication Title:
Heliyon
Uncontrolled Keywords:
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Subjects:
?? additive manufacturing3d-printingdentistrydental researchorthodonticsprosthodonticsimplantologygeneral ??
ID Code:
196542
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Deposited On:
14 Jul 2023 15:35
Refereed?:
Yes
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Published
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18 Jun 2024 00:53