Effect of Different Cleaning Solutions on in vitro Biocompatibility of Commercial Dental Implant


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Genç G., Sazcı O. , Hazar A. B.

Fifth International Mediterranean Congress on Natural Sciences, Health Sciences and Engineering (MENSEC V), Budapest, Hungary, 10 - 12 September 2019, vol.1, pp.193

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Summary Text
  • Volume: 1
  • City: Budapest
  • Country: Hungary
  • Page Numbers: pp.193

Abstract

Effect of Different Cleaning Solutions on in Vitro Biocompatibility of Commercial Dental Implant Ms. Gülçin GENÇ, Yildiz Technical University ggenc94@gmail.com Mr. Oğuler SAZCI, Yildiz Technical University ogulersazci@gmail.com Dr. Afife Binnaz YORUÇ HAZAR, Yildiz Technical University afife.hazar@gmail.com Implant-related diseases and losses are related to implant material and surface modification properties. Besides, the methods that used in production are one of the most important factors. Different chemicals used in production processes such as acids, neutralizing solutions and roughening materials are possible risk factors. In particular, almost all commercial detergents used in surface cleaning can reason continuous contamination of the implant surface due to insufficient rinsing. In this study, the production stages of a commercial dental implant were examined and it was predicted that the cleaning process caused contamination on the implant surface. In this regard, XRD analysis was performed on the solid residue obtained by removing the alcohol components of the commercial detergent used in the washing process and information was obtained about the components. Elemental analysis of the dental implant surface was carried out with SEM-EDS, and P, S and K elements were obtained. This result is in parallel with the XRD data. In this way, it has been found that rinsing with pure water is not sufficient to remove the detergent. Surface cleaning processes were created with alcohol instead of detergent and applied for cleaning the dental implant. In surface cleaning processes with alcohol, experiments were carried out with organic substances which can evaporate at room temperature such as isopropyl alcohol, ethyl alcohol and acetone. For contamination examination, image and elemental analysis were performed on dental implant surface with SEM-EDS. In addition, cytotoxicity tests were performed with mouse osteoblast cell line to examine the in vitro effect of different cleaning solutions. Obtained results were evaluated and compared.

Keywords: Dental Implant, Different Cleaning Solutions, In Vitro Biocompatibility, SEM-EDS Analysis.

Presentation Type: Poster Presentation Presentation Language: English