Novel Bioabsorbable Implants with Elastomeric Properties Using Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis Platform

Carbon’s developmental bioabsorbable elastomer platform has demonstrated biocompatibility in vivo, with all samples being designated as non-toxic and exhibiting tunable times for full absorption. This milestone indicates the elastomer’s potential future development in biomedical lattice applications such as soft tissue repair, wound dressings, and nerve conduits.

Printed bioabsorbable elastomer lattices created using the Carbon DLS™ process and the resin hold great promise for potential future development for a variety of biomedical solutions. These include:

  • Soft tissue repair
  • Nerve conduits
  • Space-filling application
  • Temporary mechanical support

To learn more about novel bioabsorbable implants with elastomeric properties, download the whitepaper now.