Dental biomaterials have gained significant attention for their impressive performance and the enhanced migration and cell proliferation crucial for implant osseointegration. Natural and biocompatible synthetic materials are employed in dental biomaterials to replace deteriorating, fractured, or damaged teeth. Natural dental tissues encompass enamel, dentin, cementum, bone, and other intraoral elements. Synthetic dental materials, including metals, ceramics, polymers, and composite structures, exhibit biocompatibility. Bioengineering, also referred to as BioMed or BME, stands as a multidisciplinary STEM domain that melds biology and engineering. It applies engineering principles and design concepts to elevate healthcare by advancing medicine and biology.