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Cellular Response to Metallic Ions Released from Nickel-Chromium Dental Alloys
Concerns exist over the potential release of elevated levels of metal ions such as Ni and Be from Ni-Cr dental casting alloys, due to their susceptibility to accelerated corrosion. In thisExpand
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Structure, solubility and bond strength of thin calcium phosphate coatings produced by ion beam sputter deposition.
Ion beam sputter deposition was used to produce thin calcium phosphate coatings on titanium substrates. Structure, solubility and bond strength of the as-sputtered and heat treated coatings wereExpand
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Cytotoxicity of nickel-chromium alloys: bulk alloys compared to multiple ion salt solutions.
  • R. Messer, L. C. Lucas
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Dental materials : official publication of the…
  • 1 May 2000
OBJECTIVE Nickel-based alloys have been in use since the 1930s; however, there are concerns regarding the biocompatibility of the metallic ions released from these alloys to surrounding tissues. TheExpand
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Evaluation of restorative and implant alloys galvanically coupled to titanium.
OBJECTIVES As the success of implants leads to their increasing use in restorative dentistry, attention should be devoted to the galvanic combination of restorative materials with titanium. ThisExpand
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Corrosion of copper, nickel, and gold dental casting alloys: an in vitro and in vivo study.
The corrosion behavior of commercially available copper, nickel, and gold alloys for dental castings was investigated. The alloys investigated included: three copper alloys (76-87Cu, 6-11A1, 0-12Zn,Expand
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Biodegradation of Restorative Metallic Systems
Metallic materials utilized for the construction of intra-oral and implant dental restorations include a wide range of relatively pure metals and multicomponent alloys. Basic corrosion andExpand
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Effect of surface topography of titanium on surface chemistry and cellular response.
Surface topography plays a critical role in the interaction of dental implants with adjacent tissues. It has been hypothesized that an increase in surface roughness will result in an increase inExpand
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Effects of metallic ion toxicity on human gingival fibroblasts morphology.
Alloys used as implant materials release metal ions to surrounding tissues. Cytotoxic substances attack at the molecular level, and these effects are reflected in the structure of the cells andExpand
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Structure and integrity of a plasma sprayed hydroxylapatite coating on titanium.
Plasma sprayed hydroxylapatite (HA) coatings on titanium substrates were analyzed for process-induced compositional and structural changes. The HA starting powder and the resulting HA coatings wereExpand
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Post-deposition heat treatments for ion beam sputter deposited calcium phosphate coatings.
Calcium phosphate coatings produced using the ion beam sputter deposition process are amorphous. To produce crystalline coatings, a series of different post-deposition heat treatments were conducted.Expand
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