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TitleDirect laser interference patterning of bioceramics: a short review
Author(s)Fabris, Douglas
Lasagni, Andrés Fabián
Fredel, Márcio C.
Henriques, Bruno Alexandre Pacheco de Castro
Issue date28-Oct-2019
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Abstract(s)Bioceramics are a great alternative to use in implants due to their excellent biocompatibility and good mechanical properties. Depending on their composition, bioceramics can be classified into bioinert and bioactive, which relate to their interaction with the surrounding living tissue. Surface morphology also has great influence on the implant biological behavior. Controlled texturing can improve osseointegration and reduce biofilm formation. Among the techniques to produce nano- and micropatterns, laser texturing has shown promising results due to its excellent accuracy and reproducibility. In this work, the use of laser techniques to improve surface morphology of biomaterials is reviewed, focusing on the application of direct laser interference patterning (DLIP) technique in bioceramics.
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