Impact of surface topography and coating on osteogenesis and bacterial attachment on titanium implants

@inproceedings{Damiati2018ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of surface topography and coating on osteogenesis and bacterial attachment on titanium implants},
  author={Laila Damiati and Marcus G Eales and Angela H Nobbs and Bo An Su and Penelope M. Tsimbouri and Manuel Salmer{\'o}n-S{\'a}nchez and Matthew J. Dalby},
  booktitle={Journal of tissue engineering},
  year={2018}
}
Titanium (Ti) plays a predominant role as the material of choice in orthopaedic and dental implants. Despite the majority of Ti implants having long-term success, premature failure due to unsuccessful osseointegration leading to aseptic loosening is still too common. Recently, surface topography modification and biological/non-biological coatings have been integrated into orthopaedic/dental implants in order to mimic the surrounding biological environment as well as reduce the inflammation… CONTINUE READING
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