Suryakanta Swain* and Bikash Ranjan Jena
Southern Institute of Medical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, SIMS Groups of Institutions, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India
*Corresponding Author: Suryakanta Swain, Associate Professor-Cum-HoD, Southern Institute of Medical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, SIMS Groups of Institutions, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Received: July 03, 2018; Published: August 10, 2018
Citation: Suryakanta Swain and Bikash Ranjan Jena. “Opinion Article for Nanotechnology: In Dentistry”. Acta Scientific Pharmaceutical Sciences 2.9 (2018).
Nanotechnology is concerned with the exploitation of the matter not only of the atomic but also in molecular level to build up the substances with an enormously diverse, novel prospective and features which is a quickly intensifying spot of investigation with vast prospective in a lot of areas. This leads to initiation from medical care to production and electronics. In medication, it comes forward to transform or reorganize delivery of drug, diagnostics, genetic material rehabilitation and numerous area of research and development as well as scientific applications.
The term originates from traditional Greek intensify for dwarf. In discipline, it indicates as one billionth of something, consequently a nanometer signifies about a meter containing one billionth part or equivalent to 0.000000001 meters. A nanometer is regarding the wideness of three to five atoms, or lesser than the thickness of human hair i.e. approx. 40,000 times.
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