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Bone-Bonding Ability of Anodized Titanium Plate Loaded With Hydroxyapatite Particles

  • Mitsunobu Iwasaki (a1), Kohki Kudo (a1), Kazuki Shimada (a1), Kohji Matsuzaki (a2) and Chiaki Hamanishi (a2)...

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Submicron-sized hydroxyapatite (HAp) particles were loaded on the titanium plate by anodic oxidation over spark discharge voltage in HAp-containing bath. The biocompatibility and bioactivity were drastically improved by HAp deposition on the anodic oxide films. The affinity with living bone was the following order: anodized titanium plate with HAp > anodized titanium plate ≫ titanium. Bone-bonding strength between HAp-loaded titanium plate and living bone after 4 weeks' implant was much higher than that of anodized titanium plate.

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Bone-Bonding Ability of Anodized Titanium Plate Loaded With Hydroxyapatite Particles

  • Mitsunobu Iwasaki (a1), Kohki Kudo (a1), Kazuki Shimada (a1), Kohji Matsuzaki (a2) and Chiaki Hamanishi (a2)...

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