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Nanotechnology, with its ability to manipulate matter at the atomic level, has the potential to revolutionize a wide range of medical fields.


Nanomedicine is at the cutting edge of modern medicine. Nanoparticles provide a novel medication delivery platform that not only extends the 'patent life' of medicines, but also improves the targeting and efficacy of therapy. They can also improve most medical imaging modalities and, in certain circumstances, provide integrated diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities, known as 'theranostics.'

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Surgeons are always looking for less intrusive methods to help their patients heal faster and with less stress. Tiny biosensors might be created using nanotechnology, which could reduce a patient's recovery time and save hospitals money by lowering infection rates in hospitals, cutting surgery wait times, and allowing physicians to treat more patients.

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These are composite resins with homogeneously dispersed nano-agglomerated nanoparticles that may be utilized as filler, with an average particle size of 80 nm and a refractive index of 1.503, and offer benefits over traditional micro filled and hybrid resin-bonded composite (RBC) systems. When compared to other posterior RBCs, these nanofilled composites had improved polishability, smoothness, flexural strength, and color.

Nano-dentistry strives to provide the patient with comprehensive dental healthcare and focuses on the primary prevention of oral illnesses. A variety of oral illnesses can be avoided or treated at an early stage thanks to the availability of sophisticated and reliable diagnostic techniques.

M.D.- Doctor of Medicine

Knowledge of nanotechnology can give doctors an advantage in areas such as DNA Sequencing & DNA regeneration, cosmetic surgery including facial, oral & other body parts, hair transplant, and, most importantly, targeted drug delivery primarily for cancer, bio compatible material used in orthopedic & cardiovascular treatment, pharmacy and drug development and R&D.

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Pharmaceutical nanoparticles are subnanoscale structures containing drug or bioactive compounds and made up of tens or hundreds of atoms or molecules in crystalline, amorphous, spherical, or needle morphologies. Drugs can also be protected against deterioration using nanotechnology-based delivery methods.

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B.D.S.- Bachelor of Dental Surgery

Nanodentistry, like nanomedicine, would provide near-perfect oral health through the use of nanomaterials and biotechnologies, such as tissue engineering and nanorobots. Nanotechnology is expected to deliver advancements in dentistry and improvements in oral health-related diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, thanks to discoveries in materials science and biotechnology.

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B. Pharm.

Pharmaceutical nanoparticles are subnanoscale structures made up of tens or hundreds of atoms or molecules in different morphologies that contain medication or bioactive substances. Using nanotechnology-based delivery systems, drugs can be safeguarded from deterioration as well.

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Nanotechnology in medicals

Implants coatings

New biological coatings for orthopedic implants have been developed as a result of advancements in manufacturing, cell biology, and material science, with the goal of replicating the natural environment of growing bone.

Better imaging equipment 

Nanotechnology's developments in biomedical imaging have advanced dramatically, promising precise molecular imaging with significantly enhanced contrast enhancement over traditional imaging agents.

Diagnostic equipment

The use of nanotechnology in the detection and treatment of cancer and other diseases is becoming more common. Nanotechnology identifies biomarkers of tumor cells, allowing for early detection and increased test sensitivity.


Nanotechnology is controlling matter atom by atom and using Nanorobots to put things together from atomic and molecular components. Nanorobots are hypothetical tiny machines in the 1–100 nm range that allow us to build crystals as extremely fine-grained atomic structures using a precise design.


Cell surgery will be possible in the near future thanks to the development of nanoneedles and nanotweezers. Suture needles with nano-sized stainless steel crystals are being created, and they might be used to make wounds at the cellular level.

Nanosurgical tools

One of the most important technologies for viewing, measuring, and manipulating materials at the nanoscale is atomic force microscopy (AFM). Surgical blades with a cutting edge diameter of 5 nm–1 m may now be made because to advances in new manufacturing technologies. Diamond scalpels have a cutting edge that is only a few atoms thick (about 3 nm).

Nano dentistry

Nano-dentistry is making every effort to incorporate modern technology into dental practice. Bone is a naturally nanostructured composite made up of organic and inorganic components. Nanotechnology could also be used to create nano-bone graft materials to cure bone defects.


Nanomedicine is a new discipline that has emerged as a result of advancements in the medical application of nanotechnology. Robert A. Freitas Jr. first proposed this notion in 1993, and it was defined as employing nanostructures and nanodevices to observe, regulate, and treat the biological processes of the human body at the molecular level.

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