Bone regeneration | interActive Systems

Mode of Action 3D-Animation

Bone regeneration with a replacement material

The Mode of Action 3D-animation illustrates the cellular and molecular processes involved in the regeneration of bone using a replacement material in dentistry. The replacement material consists of small pieces of bone that are broken down by the body and converted into the body's own bone substance in the long term. The osteoclasts (pink) as bone-degrading cells and the osteoblasts (orange) as bone-building cells play central roles in this process.

The sequences are part of a dental information film that was conceived and produced by interActive Systems Berlin. Our task was the detailed conception, design and production of all 3D scenes, which take place on a cellular and molecular level.