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A 10-year follow-up study of titanium dioxide-blasted

Background: Dental implants with moderately rough surfaces are commonly used in the treatment of edentulous patients. However, long-term data on survival rates and marginal bone conditions are lacking. Purpose: This prospective study evaluated the cumulative survival rate of the TiOblast implant (Astra Tech AB, Mölndal, Sweden) after 10 years of prosthetic loading.

Modification of Titanium Implant and Titanium Dioxide for

Bone tissue engineering using titanium (Ti) implant and titanium dioxide (TiO 2 ) with their modification is gaining increasing attention. Ti has been adopted as an implant material in dental and orthopedic fields due to its superior properties. However, it still requires modification in or

Titanium Dioxide an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Dental implants have been studied in 35 patients, of whom 16 had had symptoms of allergy after implantation or unexplained implantation failure and 19 had a history of other allergies, or were heavily exposed to titanium during implantation surgery, or had implantation failure for which the cause was known [35].Nine patients had positive reactions to titanium allergy tests: eight in the first

The issue of corrosion in dental implants: a review

This layer of dioxide forms a boundary at the interface between the biological medium and the metal structure, determining the degree of biocompatibility and the biological response of the implant. Corrosion is the deterioration a metal undergoes as a result of the surrounding medium (electrochemical attack), which causes the release of ions

Nanoporous TiO(2) thin film on titanium oral implants for

Background: Previous experimental studies have demonstrated direct soft tissue attachment for nanoporous titanium dioxide (TiO(2) ) thin film on implants, while implants without TiO(2) thin film have not shown this capability. Purpose: The aims were to evaluate and compare TiO(2) surface-modified experimental microimplants with unmodified microimplants with respect to tissue interaction of the

Modification of Titanium Implant and Titanium Dioxide for

2018-10-25  Bone tissue engineering using titanium (Ti) implant and titanium dioxide (TiO 2) with their modification is gaining increasing attention. Ti has been adopted as an implant material in dental and orthopedic fields due to its superior properties. However, it still requires modification in order to achieve robust osteointegration between the Ti

Straumann® Dental Implant System-牙种植体-士卓曼中国

2018-10-7  A Prospective Clinical Study to Evaluate the Performance of Zirconium Dioxide Dental Implants in Single Tooth Gaps in the Maxilla and Mandible: 3-Year Results.Publication in preparation 2017. Products & Solutions

A Review on Biomaterials in Dental Implantology

2015-7-11  The earliest dental implants were of stone and ivory cited in archeological records of China and Egypt before the Common Era. Gold and Ivory dental implant were used in the 16th & 17th centuries. Metal implant devices of Gold, Lead Iridium, Tantalum, Stainless Steel and Cobalt alloys were developed in the early 20th century .

(PDF) Dental Implants: An Overview ResearchGate

Dental Implants: An Over view. Abstract: Dental implants are widely used and are considered to be one of several treatment options that can be used to replace missing.

(PDF) Titanium Alloys for Dental Implants: A Review

2020-6-15  The topic of titanium alloys for dental implants has been reviewed. The basis of the review was a search using PubMed, with the large number of references identified being reduced to a

(PDF) A prospective clinical study to evaluate the

A prospective clinical study to evaluate the performance of zirconium dioxide dental implants in single-tooth edentulous area: 3-year follow-up November 2018 BMC Oral Health 18(1)

Modification of Titanium Implant and Titanium Dioxide for

2018-10-25  Bone tissue engineering using titanium (Ti) implant and titanium dioxide (TiO 2) with their modification is gaining increasing attention. Ti has been adopted as an implant material in dental and orthopedic fields due to its superior properties. However, it still requires modification in order to achieve robust osteointegration between the Ti

Straumann® Dental Implant System-牙种植体-士卓曼中国

2018-10-7  A Prospective Clinical Study to Evaluate the Performance of Zirconium Dioxide Dental Implants in Single Tooth Gaps in the Maxilla and Mandible: 3-Year Results.Publication in preparation 2017. Products & Solutions

(PDF) The issue of corrosion in dental implants: A review

Corrosion in dental implants are forces and ionic bonding that drive initial bacterial adhesion are fundamentally different in the presence of titanium dioxide or other implant alloys vs

Zirconia dental implants: where are we now, and where are

2016-12-21  Zirconium dioxide (zirconia) ceramics with improved properties have been introduced as an alternative material to aluminium oxide. They were first used for the fabrication of crowns and implant abutments 3, 62. Osseointegration is a major factor in the success of modern dental implants

A Review on Biomaterials in Dental Implantology

2015-7-11  The earliest dental implants were of stone and ivory cited in archeological records of China and Egypt before the Common Era. Gold and Ivory dental implant were used in the 16th & 17th centuries. Metal implant devices of Gold, Lead Iridium, Tantalum, Stainless Steel and Cobalt alloys were developed in the early 20th century .

Allergy related to dental implant and its clinical

2013-8-19  Corrosion and dental implants. Corrosion is the deterioration of a metal due to interaction (electrochemical attack) with its environment, which results in the release of ions into the surrounding microenvironment.34,35 Passivating metals like titanium, vanadium, zirconium, niobium, and tantalum, resist corrosion due to the formation of a surface oxide layer.

Elemental analysis of commercial zirconia dental implants

2020-7-1  Due to nascent demands for dental implant aesthetics and the request for metal-free restorations, the general interest in tooth-colored zirconia (zirconium dioxide, ZrO 2) ceramic dental implants has increased in recent years (Cionca et al., 2017). Numerous manufacturers now offer one- or two-piece zirconia implant systems, which are widely

Biomaterials for dental implants: current and future

2015-5-5  In the long history of dental implants, several materials have been tested such as metals, alloys, ceramics, polymer-based materials, glasses, and carbon [42–44].The characteristics required for the manufacturing of dental implants are biocompatibility, biofunctionality, availability, together with the capacity to osseointegrate, as defined in the previous paragraph.

(PDF) Titanium Alloys for Dental Implants: A Review

2020-6-15  The topic of titanium alloys for dental implants has been reviewed. The basis of the review was a search using PubMed, with the large number of references identified being reduced to a

Dental implants and titanium dioxide nanotubes

2013-10-18  Dental implants and titanium dioxide nanotubes. Oct. 18, 2013. While most dental implants are successful, a small percentage fail or must be removed. Maria Perno Goldie, RDH, MS, reports on a university scientist who has found a way to lower the rate of implant

(PDF) A prospective clinical study to evaluate the

A prospective clinical study to evaluate the performance of zirconium dioxide dental implants in single-tooth edentulous area: 3-year follow-up November 2018 BMC Oral Health 18(1)

A prospective clinical study to evaluate the performance

2015-4-1  A prospective clinical study to evaluate the performance of zirconium dioxide dental implants in single-tooth gaps. Michael Gahlert, Corresponding Author. [email protected]t.de; Dental Clinic Kniha Gahlert, Munich, Germany. Corresponding author: Dr. M. Gahlert. Dental Clinic Kniha Gahlert.

Modification of Titanium Implant and Titanium Dioxide for

2018-10-25  Bone tissue engineering using titanium (Ti) implant and titanium dioxide (TiO 2) with their modification is gaining increasing attention. Ti has been adopted as an implant material in dental and orthopedic fields due to its superior properties. However, it still requires modification in order to achieve robust osteointegration between the Ti

Zirconia dental implants: where are we now, and where are

2016-12-21  Zirconium dioxide (zirconia) ceramics with improved properties have been introduced as an alternative material to aluminium oxide. They were first used for the fabrication of crowns and implant abutments 3, 62. Osseointegration is a major factor in the success of modern dental implants

(PDF) The issue of corrosion in dental implants: A review

Corrosion in dental implants are forces and ionic bonding that drive initial bacterial adhesion are fundamentally different in the presence of titanium dioxide or other implant alloys vs

The Latest Changes Full Mouth Dental Implants Product

The Latest Changes. On the latest changes, the features include the new materials and techniques. New materials include ceramic, titanium, and zirconium dioxide. New techniques include a new type of surgical procedure called “single-step implantology” that minimizes surgical steps and recovery time. Recent dental implants changes include

Allergy related to dental implant and its clinical

2013-8-19  Corrosion and dental implants. Corrosion is the deterioration of a metal due to interaction (electrochemical attack) with its environment, which results in the release of ions into the surrounding microenvironment.34,35 Passivating metals like titanium, vanadium, zirconium, niobium, and tantalum, resist corrosion due to the formation of a surface oxide layer.

Biomaterials for dental implants: current and future

2015-5-5  In the long history of dental implants, several materials have been tested such as metals, alloys, ceramics, polymer-based materials, glasses, and carbon [42–44].The characteristics required for the manufacturing of dental implants are biocompatibility, biofunctionality, availability, together with the capacity to osseointegrate, as defined in the previous paragraph.

(PDF) Titanium Alloys for Dental Implants: A Review

2020-6-15  The topic of titanium alloys for dental implants has been reviewed. The basis of the review was a search using PubMed, with the large number of references identified being reduced to a