Changes of clinically failed SLA implants after in vitro debridement

Changes in the surface topography and element proportion of clinically failed SLA implants after in vitro debridement by different methods
To evaluate the surface topography and element proportion changes in clinically failed implants after different modalities in vitro debridement and to compare the cleaning effect of different method combinations.
Within the limitation of the present in vitro design, PEEK tip ultrasonic scaling was more effective in eliminating visible contamination, while glycine powder air polishing combined with EDTA treatment was more conducive to expose the original surface element distribution. Both methods have their own advantages in decontamination, but none of them could reconstruct the surface as the pristine implant.
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Tong Z, Fu R, Zhu W, Shi J, Yu M, Si MClinical Oral Implants Research, Volume32, Issue3, March 2021, 263-273, https://doi.org/10.1111/clr.13697
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