Bacterial colonization of zirconia ceramic surfaces: an in vitro and in vivo study.
- L. Rimondini, L. Cerroni, A. Carrassi, P. Torricelli
- Medicine, Materials ScienceThe International Journal of Oral and…
- 1 November 2002
Y-TZP may be considered as a promising material for abutment manufacturing and accumulates fewer bacteria than Ti in terms of the total number of bacteria and presence of potential putative pathogens such as rods.
Effect of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy on Osteoblastlike Cells
- L. Martini, G. Giavaresi, R. Giardino
- MedicineClinical Orthopaedics and Related Research
- 1 August 2003
This particular finding reveals that osteoblast differentiation in Group A is enhanced strongly during the first 24 hours after exposure leading after another 24 hours to an increase in C-terminal procollagen Type I production and consequently in bone matrix deposition.
Hyaluronic acid hydrogel in the treatment of osteoarthritis.
Strontium-substituted hydroxyapatite coatings synthesized by pulsed-laser deposition: in vitro osteoblast and osteoclast response.
Human osteoblast response to pulsed laser deposited calcium phosphate coatings.
Regenerative medicine for the treatment of musculoskeletal overuse injuries in competition horses
The promising results obtained suggest that this combined biological approach may be useful even for the treatment of recalcitrant overuse musculoskeletal injuries in highly demanding patients if the appropriate dose of cells and GFs is applied.
Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field stimulation on knee cartilage, subchondral and epyphiseal trabecular bone of aged Dunkin Hartley guinea pigs.
Laser Stimulation on Bone Defect Healing: An In Vitro Study
- G. Guzzardella, M. Fini, P. Torricelli, G. Giavaresi, R. Giardino
- Medicine, BiologyLasers in Medical Science
In vitro results suggest that Ga-Al-As LPL treatment may play a positive role in bone defect healing and suggest that low-power laser stimulation can accelerate bone healing.
In vivo study on the healing of bone defects treated with bone marrow stromal cells, platelet‐rich plasma, and freeze‐dried bone allografts, alone and in combination
The combination of FDBA, BMSC and PRP permitted an acceleration in bone healing and bone remodeling processes in rabbits treated with autologous bone marrow stromal cells and freeze‐dried bone allografts.