Tailored Surface Roughness and Surface Porosity of Titanium-bearing Bodies for Biomedical Applications

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2020-SAND-68953
Researchers at Purdue University have utilized a well-controlled gas/solid displacement reaction to provide a high and uniform concentration of fine-scale pores and protuberances on titanium surfaces. Such surfaces include external and internal surfaces, such as are present in porous titanium-bearing bodies. The sizes of such pores and protuberances can be tailored by the conditions used in this gas/solid displacement reaction. This process can yield titanium-bearing composite surfaces which can further aid in the bone formation process. Recent studies on porous Ti-bearing surfaces generated by the process of this invention have indicated that such surfaces exhibit enhanced responses by bone-forming cells.

Potential Applications:
-Dental implants
-Orthopaedic implants
Jun 3, 2021
PCT-Gov. Funding
WO
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Jun 4, 2020
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United States
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