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Posted at Aug 7, 2014 by MG

Effectiveness of disinfection therapies and promotion of osteoblast growth on Osseotite and Nanotite implant surfaces » mdlinx.com

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Researchers undertook this study to evaluate the effectiveness of four disinfection procedures on implant surfaces intentionally inoculated with bacteria, and to evaluate osteoblast viability to the disinfected implant surfaces. They concluded that Nanotite implant discs were the most difficult to disinfect, and citric acid and tetracycline were most effective for disinfecting Osseotite implant discs. Finally, they found that the Nd:YAG laser was the weakest disinfection method, and do not recommended it for disinfecting implant surfaces until its effectiveness is improved.

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