NanoTite – HA splutter coated titanium surface

Bicon have developed a new surface process, NanoTite™. A high-energy ion beam source aims a beam of ions at the surface of a target treated with HA. These high-energy ions eject the HA from the target/substrate and create a molecular cloud whose molecules bond with the surface of the Bicon Ti 6Al-4V ELI implant. This Ion-Beam Assisted Deposition process, which provides increased integration with the implant surface, is known as High-Energy Sputter Deposition. Using an Ion-Beam Assisted Deposition process, the titanium alloy is modified with a thin (less than 1 micrometer) amorphous calcium phosphate compound with HA-like chemistry and physical properties for enhancement of bone integration.

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2 Responses to NanoTite – HA splutter coated titanium surface

  1. Dr. Z says:

    Looks very impressive!

  2. DR.Abhishek says:

    seems to be a nice surface treatment procedure…wud like to know more about the product…

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