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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advanced Materials in Dental and Orthopedic Applications
Presentation Title H-5: Titanium-magnesium Composite for Dental Implants (BIACOM)
Author(s) Martin Balog, Mateja Snajdar, Peter Krizik, Zdravko Schauperl, Zlatko Stanec, Amir Catic
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Martin Balog
Abstract Scope We report on the study on the titanium-magnesium (Ti-Mg) bioactive metal-metal composite utilized for a fabrication of dental implants. The biocompatible Ti-12vol.%Mg composite, named BIACOM, is manufactured using a cost effective approach, where of Ti-Mg powder mixture is extruded at low temperatures. Microstructure of BIACOM comprises permanent Ti matrix and biodegradable Mg phase of low elasticity modulus. Compared to Ti Grade 4, the reference material used for dental implants, the properties of BIACOM include lower density and Young`s modulus, while the mechanical strength and fatigue performance of Ti Grade 4 are maintained. Presence of Mg, which dilutes in human body over the time after implantation, provides further decrease of Young`s modulus and yields enhanced macro and micro roughness at implants surface. As a result, BIACOM shows improved mechanical compatibility and better osseointegration potential.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

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H-1: Changing in the Elastic Modulus of Ti-10Mo-Zr System Alloys by Specific Heat Treatments
H-2: Correlation between the Presence of Martensitic Phase and Mechanical Properties of Ti-15Mo-xZr Alloys with Potential Orthopedic Application. Alloys with Potential Orthopedic Application
H-4: Structure and Microstructure of Ti-25Ta-Zr Alloys
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