임플랜트의 표면처리 방법이 골유착에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구

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최정원; 김광남; 허성주; 장익태; 한종현; 백홍구; 최용창; Wennerberg, Ann

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대한치과보철학회지 2001;39:71-83.
mplantOsseointegrationRemoval torqueSurface analysisSurface treatmentThermal oxidat
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of various surface treatments by measuring removal torque on bone healing around titanium implants. 40 Screw-shaped cp titanium implants with length of 4mm, outer diameter of 3.75mm, and pitch-height of 0.5mm were used Group 1 was left as machined(control), Group 2 was blasted with , group 3 was blasted and etched in etching solution($NH_4OH : H_2O_2:H_2O= 1 : 1 : 5$) at for 1 minute group 4 was blasted and oxidated under pure oxygen at . The implant surface roughness was analyzed with SEM and CLSM(Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope) and implants were placed in proximal tibial metaphysis of 10 New Zealand White rabbits. After 3 months of healing period, removal torque of each implant was measured to compare bone healing around implant. The results obtained were as follows 1. In SEM view, blasting increased the roughness of the surface, but etching of that rough surface decreased the roughness due to the removal of the tip of the peak. Oxidation also decreased the roughness due to formation of needle-like oxide grains on the implant surface. 2. The Sa value from CLSM was least in the machined group(), greatest in blasted group(), and the value decreased after etching() and oxidation(). 3. The removal torque of etched group(24.5Ncm) was greater than that of machined group(16.7Ncm) (P<0.05), and was greatest in the oxidated group(40.3Ncm) and the blasted group(34.7Ncm).
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