Metal joint replacements are already introduced to us. But this new technology is 3D printed with plastic base. The user can customize it according to the needs. A glue made out of the patient’s own stem cells is used to hold it back. The inventors are also planning to make it better with tiny pathways that can allow the bone to grow over time by disappearing by its own and living the newly structured bone behind.
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