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Volume 8 , Issue 5
September/October 1993

Pages 529-533

Identification of Oxide Layers of Commercially Pure Titanium in Response to Cleaning Procedures

Corrine H. Machnee, DMD, MS/ Warren C. Wagner, PhD/Merle J. Jaarda, DDS, MS/ Brien R. Lang, DDS, MS

PMID: 8112792

The composition and thickness of the oxide formed on commercially pure titanium disks were analyzed after the disks were subjected to one of four surface treatments: (1) cleaning with the initial Brånemark regimen, (2) Brånemark regimen and autoclaving, (3) Brånemark regimen and radiofrequency glow discharge (RFGD) treatment for 5 minutes, and (4) Brånemark regimen and RFGD treatment followed by storage for 30 days. Electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis showed titanium dioxide to be the prominent oxide; no significant differences in the thickness of the oxide layers were found. (INT J ORAL MAXILLOFAC IMPLANTS I993;8 529-533.)

Key words: oxide, radiofrequency glow discharge, sterilization, surfaces, titanium

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