Paper Title:
Alkali-Modified Titanium Surface Stimulating Formation of Bone-Implant Interface
  Abstract

This study was carried out to assess the bone response to alkali-modified titanium implant surface (Bio surface), using histomorphometric investigation on an animal model. The mean net contribution of the Bio surface to the increase in bone implant contact (BIC) with reference to the turned, machined surface was evaluated at 7.94 % (BIC/week), within the first five weeks of healing. The contribution was expressed as the difference in the osseointegration rates ( BIC/'healing time) between the implants with alkali modified surface (Bio surface) and those with turned, machined surface. The surface characteristics that differed between the implant surfaces, i.e. surface morphology, specific surface area, contact angle, hydroxylation/hydration, may represent factors that influence the rate of osseointegration.

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 361-363)
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Edited by
Guy Daculsi and Pierre Layrolle
Pages
749-752
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.361-363.749
Citation
J. Strnad, J. Macháček, Z. Strnad, C. Povýšil, M. Strnadová, "Alkali-Modified Titanium Surface Stimulating Formation of Bone-Implant Interface", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 361-363, pp. 749-752, 2008
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November 2007
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