Peek (Polyether Ether Ketone) – A Review Article
Keywords:PEEK, Polyether ether ketone, aesthetics, biocompatibility, restoration
This article is aimed to review the applications of Polyether Ether Ketone (PEEK) in dentistry. The evolving
desire for functions and aesthetics, few drawbacks with existing materials and clinicians shifting their
paradigms towards metal free restorations led space for the metal-free restorations in today’s restorative
practice. PEEK is a polymer based innovative material, that can be used in either fixed or removable
prosthetics. This literature review discusses various applications and uses of PEEK.
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