No, in fact, when this technology is perfected the human body should be able to accept the artificial bones more readily than traditional bone substitutes. The living bone tissue grows into the wooden bone quicker because of their similarity in structure (more flexible and spongy). The artificial bone is not raw wood: it is treated first to isolate the carbon, so that it is basically charcoal. and then covered with calcium and the result is chemically transformed into carbonated hydroxyapatite. This technology shows great promise in reducing healing time and later fractures in surrounding bones.
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