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Polyethylene glycol pulsed electrodeposition for the development of antifouling coatings on titanium
Titanium dental implants are widely used for the replacement of damaged teeth. However, bacterial infections at the interface between soft tissues and the implant can impair the functionality of the ...
Biofunctional polyethylene glycol coatings on titanium: an in vitro-based comparison of functionalization methods
(Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2017)
Three methods for the production of Polyethylene glycol (PEG) coatings on titanium are compared, i.e. plasma polymerization, electrodeposition and silanization. The compared deposition methods presented ...
All-in-one trifunctional strategy: a cell adhesive, bacteriostatic and bactericidal coating for titanium implants
(Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2018-09)
Strategies to inhibit initial bacterial adhesion are extremely important to prevent infection on biomaterial surfaces. However, the simultaneous attraction of desired eukaryotic cells remains a challenge ...
Antibacterial properties of triethoxysilylpropyl succinic anhydride silane (TESPSA) on titanium dental implants
Infections related to dental implants are a common complication that can ultimately lead to implant failure, and thereby carries significant health and economic costs. In order to ward off these infections, ...
One-step liquid phase polymerization of HEMA by atmospheric-pressure plasma discharges for Ti dental implants
(Applied Sciences, 2021)
Dental implants can fail due to various factors, in which bad tissue integration is believed to have a significant role. Specific properties of the implant surface, such as its chemistry and roughness, ...