We have the facilities for carry out animal-based research on experimental surgery at the Laboratory of the Department of Surgery. This research line is carried out by several researchers. Contact with Prf. Antonio López-Valverde (email@example.com) for further information.
The Mechatronic Chewing Simulator is available for the in vitro testing of the tridimensional loads that dental materials are expected to resist. Contact with Prf. Javier Montero (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
This research line is being explored via clinical trials by several researchers within our team using an autologous product that promotes tissue regeneration in different conditions. Contact with Prf Yasmina Guadilla (email@example.com) for further information.
We have research experience with several OHQoL indicators, which are freely available upon request; however, we ask that you be willing to incorporate patient-centred outcome measures in your research project. Contact with Prf. Javier Montero (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
Several types of lasers have been used to increase the bonding between enamel or dentin subtracts, and also ceramics (See our publications). Contact with Prf. Alberto Albaladejo (email@example.com) for further information.
This aesthetic attribute has been analysed in both population-based and in vitro studies for predicting change caused by age, sex, or after bonding with distinct luting agents. Contact with Prf. Cristina Gómez Polo (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
We manage the main histological staining methods for visualizing distinct types of tissues and their regeneration activities. Moreover, the Metamorph Software for quantifying the bone-implant-contact is also routinely used by one of the members of our research team (Dra Yasmina Guadilla email@example.com). Several biomarkers of regeneration response can also be quantified using different techniques.