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Volume 7 , Issue 2
Summer 1992

Pages 168-175


Surface Analysis of an Original Brånemark Implant and Three Related Clones

Paul P. Binon, DDS, MSD/Dennis J. Weir, DDS/Sally J. Marshall, PhD


PMID: 1398833

Selected surface characteristics of screw-type titanium dental implants from four different manufacturers were evaluated. Considerable differences in surface and near-surface contaminants were demonstrated. The fixture treated with radiofrequency glow discharge (plasma) demonstrated the thinnest titanium oxide layer and the cleanest surface. (INT J ORAL MAXILLOFAC IMPLANTS 1992;7:l68-l75.)

Key words: contaminants, dental implant, emission spectroscopy, oxide thickness, surface analysis, titanium


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