Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Chennai (2014)

URL:

http://hdl.handle.net/10603/29037

Abstract:

Human beings are likely to face serious problems caused by newlineDiseases accidents and aging during their lifetime In the past physicians had newlinea very limited number of material choices for implantation to solve these newlinemedical problems However in the recent years significant advances in newlinescience and technology of medical materials have altered the choices of newlinephysicians to develop new materials for the solution of the implantation newlineproblems Now a days much attention has been focused on titanium for its newlineuse in medical and dental fields owing to its superior properties such as low newlinedensity high corrosion resistance and satisfactory biocompatibility However newlinedirect ossteointegration of such implant materials is one of the main goals of newlinebiomaterial research for dental and orthopedic applications Hence chemical newlinemechanical or biological treatments have been investigated to obtain a faster newlinebetter and durable bonding of implants with bone newlineIn recent years to improve ossteointegration scientists have focused newlinetheir attention on the interface interactions between the implant surface and newlinethe bone In particular many efforts have focused on the modification of a newlinestable and thin oxide layer formed spontaneously on the surface of titanium newline.

Cite this Research Publication

Dr. Karthega M., “A novel surface modification method On titanium and its alloys using Hydrogen peroxide for biomedical Applications”, 2014.

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