Bio-modification of Titanium Implant Surfaces Using Silk Fibroin, Titanium-Bonding Peptide and the RGDS-Peptide: A Bio-inductive and Stable Coating to Enhance Fibroblast Growth In Vitro.

Blanchi, Thomas.


  • Abstract: Currently, there is convincing evidence that the fibroblast-rich-barrier along the titanium surface plays a fundamental role in the establishment and maintenance of a proper soft tissue seal between the oral environment and the peri-implant bone. Titanium dental implants are known to be inert. Currently, a trend is to associate agents to obtain a bio-active titanium surface to improve ... read more
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