Surface Modification of a Dental Ti by Blasted Coating of Bio-Active Calcium Phosphate

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Materials Science Forum (Volumes 544-545)

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Hyungsun Kim, Junichi Hojo and Soo Wohn Lee

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H.Y. Jung et al., "Surface Modification of a Dental Ti by Blasted Coating of Bio-Active Calcium Phosphate", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 544-545, pp. 479-482, 2007

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[1] 2 Blasted coating-short time immersion test Ca P Soaking Time(minute) Amount of Released Ca and P(ppm) (a) Fig. 6. Releasing trends of Ca and P in distilled water with soaking time for (a) blasted coating (short time immersion), (b) blasted coating (long time immersion), and (c) IBAD coating. Dissolution behavior of a commercially available HA coated-Ti processed by IBAD was comparatively shown in Fig. 6(c). For IBAD, almost no dissolution of both Ca and P was observed after too fast initial dissolution. Continuous and longlasting release of Ca and P is known to be favorable for successful bone-toimplant fixation because the biological fixation process takes generally a few months. In this respect, the blasted coating showing continuous release of Ca and P can be a promising process for deposition of bio-active calcium phosphate.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/msf.544-545.479