Osteoblast cell adhesion on a laser modified zirconia based bioceramic

@article{Hao2005OsteoblastCA,
  title={Osteoblast cell adhesion on a laser modified zirconia based bioceramic},
  author={Liang Hao and Jonathan K. Lawrence and Kerm Sin Chian},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={16},
  pages={719-726}
}
  • L. Hao, J. Lawrence, K. Chian
  • Published 1 August 2005
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine
Due to their attractive mechanical properties, bioinert zirconia bioceramics are frequently used in the high load-bearing sites such as orthopaedic and dental implants, but they are chemically inert and do not naturally form a direct bond with bone and thus do not provide osseointegration. A CO2 laser was used to modify the surface properties with the aim to achieve osseointegration between bioinert zirconia and bone. The surface characterisation revealed that the surface roughness decreased… 
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