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Metals, autoimmunity, and neuroendocrinology: Is there a connection?

It has been demonstrated that metals can induce autoimmunity. Recent research has tried to evaluate the possible interactions of the immune system with metal ions, particularly with heavy metals. (23/07/2020)

Surface Comparison of Three Different Commercial Custom-Made Titanium Meshes Produced by SLM for Dental Applications

The features like the one marked as interest area 1 possessed bigger dimensions and their composition was mainly granted by the presence of aluminum and oxygen. The EDS results also revealed silicon. (15/07/2020)

Studying the effect of surface conditioning on the corrosion performance of titanium dental implants

The EDS spectra, shows that the roughened surface was contaminated with aluminium oxide, the machined sample was purely titanium. (11/05/2020)

Immediate replacement of failed dental implants owing to periimplantitis

Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX) showed the presence of residue of inorganic materials on the implant surface, mainly iron and chrome. (07/05/2020)

Long-term clinical outcome of implants with different surface modifications.

Sandblasted implants are more likely to fail compared to anodized and acid-treated implants. Remember that sandblasted implants has aluminum/ alumina. (06/05/2020)

Characterization of titanium surfaces for dental implants with inorganic contaminant

Characterizing the titanium surface is essential in the evaluation of the material manufacturing process because the presence of aluminum particles may have serious effects on the formation of the osseous tissue. (04/05/2020)

The issue of corrosion in dental implants: A review

The issue of corrosion is not limited to a local problem because the particles produced as a result could migrate to distant sites, whose evolution would require further studies. (03/05/2020)

Preventing aluminium oxide contamination of dental implant surfaces

A study carried out by Dr Peter Schupbach, observed that aluminium oxide contaminants were spread on the surfaces of most commonly used implant systems. (03/05/2020)

Metal Concentrations in the Serum and Hair of Patients With Titanium Alloy Spinal Implants

One third of patients with titanium alloy implants exhibited abnormal serum or hair metal concentrations after the surgery. Aluminum may travel to distant organs after dissolution of metals from the implants. (21/04/2020)