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From idea to patent: development of innovative biomedical material for dental implants


Schauperl, Zdravko; Ćatić, Amir; Šnajdar, Mateja; Balog, Martin; Križik Peter
From idea to patent: development of innovative biomedical material for dental implants // PROCEEDINGS BOOK, 17th INTERNATIONAL FOUNDRYMEN CONFERENCE: Hi-tech casting solution and knowledge based engineering / Dolić, Natalija ; Zovko-Brodarac, Zdenka ; Begić-Hadžipašić, Anita (ur.).
Sisak: University of Zagreb Faculty of Metallurgy, 2018. str. 68-68 (pozvano predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
From idea to patent: development of innovative biomedical material for dental implants

Autori
Schauperl, Zdravko ; Ćatić, Amir ; Šnajdar, Mateja ; Balog, Martin ; Križik Peter

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
PROCEEDINGS BOOK, 17th INTERNATIONAL FOUNDRYMEN CONFERENCE: Hi-tech casting solution and knowledge based engineering / Dolić, Natalija ; Zovko-Brodarac, Zdenka ; Begić-Hadžipašić, Anita - Sisak : University of Zagreb Faculty of Metallurgy, 2018, 68-68

ISBN
978-953-7082-31-4

Skup
17th INTERNATIONAL FOUNDRYMEN CONFERENCE Hi-tech casting solution and knowledge based engineering

Mjesto i datum
Opatija, Hrvatska, 16-18.05.2018

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Pozvano predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Dental implants, powder metallurgy, Ti-Mg composite, Low modulus of elasticity

Sažetak
One of the main issues concerning dental, but also all other implants, arises from their Young’s modulus being considerably higher than that of bone. This can lead to stress shielding, bone resorption, and poor osseointegration of dental implants. Therefore, intensive activities are directed to lowering Ti implants Young’s modulus while preserving sufficient values of other mechanical properties. Most of them are oriented at β-type Ti alloys, but recently some other metal matrix composites appear as a possible solution. This presentation report on the development of the titanium-magnesium (Ti–Mg) bioactive metal- metal composite designed concretely for a fabrication of dental implants. The biomedical Ti-12vol. %Mg composite is manufactured using a cost effective approach, where a mixture of elemental Ti and Mg powders is extruded at low temperature to sound profiles. Microstructure of composite comprises filaments of biodegradable Mg component, which are arrayed along extrusion direction and are homogenously distributed within permanent, bioinert Ti matrix. Compared to Ti Grade 4, the reference material used for dental implants, the properties of as-extruded composite include significantly reduced Young’s elastic modulus (92.1 GPa) and low density (4.12 g/cm3), while the mechanical strength of Ti Grade 4 is maintained (at values required for dental implants). Dynamic testing of dental implants fabricated from as-extruded composite, realized to follow the ISO 14801 standard for endosseous dental implants, confirms fatigue performance of Ti-Mg implants equal to the one of the reference material. Exposure of as- extruded composite samples to Hank’s solution, realized to simulate behavior in human body over the time after implantation, yields gradual dilution of Mg from composites surface and volume. Corroded Mg leaves at prior Mg filament sites pores within Ti matrix, which remains intact. This provides further decrease of Young’s modulus and enhances macro and micro roughness at implants surface. As a result, newly developed Ti-Mg composite shows improved mechanical compatibility (i.e., reduction of stress-shielding) and better osseointegration potential.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Strojarstvo



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove:
Stomatološki fakultet, Zagreb,
Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje, Zagreb

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Schauperl, Zdravko; Ćatić, Amir; Šnajdar, Mateja; Balog, Martin; Križik Peter
From idea to patent: development of innovative biomedical material for dental implants // PROCEEDINGS BOOK, 17th INTERNATIONAL FOUNDRYMEN CONFERENCE: Hi-tech casting solution and knowledge based engineering / Dolić, Natalija ; Zovko-Brodarac, Zdenka ; Begić-Hadžipašić, Anita (ur.).
Sisak: University of Zagreb Faculty of Metallurgy, 2018. str. 68-68 (pozvano predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)
Schauperl, Z., Ćatić, A., Šnajdar, M., Balog, M. & Križik Peter (2018) From idea to patent: development of innovative biomedical material for dental implants. U: Dolić, N., Zovko-Brodarac, Z. & Begić-Hadžipašić, A. (ur.)PROCEEDINGS BOOK, 17th INTERNATIONAL FOUNDRYMEN CONFERENCE: Hi-tech casting solution and knowledge based engineering.
@article{article, year = {2018}, pages = {68-68}, keywords = {Dental implants, powder metallurgy, Ti-Mg composite, Low modulus of elasticity}, isbn = {978-953-7082-31-4}, title = {From idea to patent: development of innovative biomedical material for dental implants}, keyword = {Dental implants, powder metallurgy, Ti-Mg composite, Low modulus of elasticity}, publisher = {University of Zagreb Faculty of Metallurgy}, publisherplace = {Opatija, Hrvatska} }
@article{article, year = {2018}, pages = {68-68}, keywords = {Dental implants, powder metallurgy, Ti-Mg composite, Low modulus of elasticity}, isbn = {978-953-7082-31-4}, title = {From idea to patent: development of innovative biomedical material for dental implants}, keyword = {Dental implants, powder metallurgy, Ti-Mg composite, Low modulus of elasticity}, publisher = {University of Zagreb Faculty of Metallurgy}, publisherplace = {Opatija, Hrvatska} }




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