Hydroxyapatite-Electroplated cp–Titanium Implant and Its Bone Integration Potentiality: An In Vivo Study
Badr, Nadia A.
El Hadary, Amany A.
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Many patients turn to dental implants for oral rehabilitation, often because they have unsuccessfully worn a conventional removable denture, or they desire a more stable or fixed prosthesis. The implants may be restored with a fixed or removable prosthesis with an asso- ciated increase in chewing ability, function, esthetics, and phonetics. Pure titanium and its alloys were proposed as implant materials, and have been successfully used in re- constructive surgery and prosthetic treatment because of their biocom- patibility and osseointegration The biologic properties of titanium may be explained on the basis of tightly adherent oxide layer buildup of a combination of TiO, TiO2, Ti2O3, and Ti3O4, which immediately.
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