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Architects of Regeneration

All living systems, of all sizes — whether human beings or cells — need suitable environments to build successful communities.

When designing urban spaces, architects are guided by peoples’ needs for light, space, communication, and transportation. The development of biomaterials is subject to similar requirements at the micro level. Surfaces, spatial conditions, access, and possibilities for communication in the material determine how successfully cells settle and network.

The design and architecture of materials for regenerative processes must meet the cells’ needs. Just as we at Geistlich cultivate relationships with doctors and create opportunities for exchange, we also create environments in which cells can successfully develop and thrive.

Learn more about the Architects of Regeneration

 

Architects of Regeneration

  

Dr. Sanja Saftic
International Product Manager