RRC ID 44093
Author Watanabe H, Saito K, Kokubun K, Sasaki H, Yoshinari M.
Title Change in surface properties of zirconia and initial attachment of osteoblastlike cells with hydrophilic treatment.
Journal Dent Mater J
Abstract The objectives of this study were to characterize change in surface properties of tetragonal zirconia polycrystals (TZP) after hydrophilic treatment, and to determine the effect of such changes on initial attachment of osteoblast-like cells. Roughened surfaces were produced by alumina-blasting and acid-etching. Hydrophilic treatment comprised application of immediately after blasting and acid-etching (Blast/Etch), oxygen plasma (O2-Plasma), ultraviolet light (UV). Specimens stored in air were used as a control. The water contact angle was determined and surface analysis was performed using an X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Blast/Etch, O2-Plasma and UV specimens showed superhydrophilicity, and these hydrophilic treatments to TZP elicited a marked decrease in carbon content and an increase in hydroxyl groups. Hydrophilic treatments enhanced initial attachment of osteoblast-like cells and a change in cell morphologies. These results indicate that Blast/Etch, O2-Plasma, or UV treatment has potential in the creation and maintenance of superhydrophilic surfaces and enhancing initial attachment of osteoblast-like cells.
Volume 31(5)
Pages 806-14
Published 2012
DOI 10.4012/dmj.2012-069
PII DN/JST.JSTAGE/dmj/2012-069
PMID 23037844
MeSH 3T3 Cells Acid Etching, Dental / methods Air Aluminum Oxide / chemistry Animals Carbon / chemistry Cell Adhesion / physiology Cell Shape Dental Etching / methods Hydrofluoric Acid / chemistry Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Interactions Hydroxides / chemistry Mice Microscopy, Confocal Nanostructures / chemistry Osteoblasts / physiology* Oxygen / chemistry Photoelectron Spectroscopy Plasma Gases / chemistry Surface Properties Ultraviolet Rays Water / chemistry Wettability Yttrium / chemistry* Zirconium / chemistry*
IF 1.424
Times Cited 22
WOS Category DENTISTRY, ORAL SURGERY & MEDICINE MATERIALS SCIENCE, BIOMATERIALS
Resource
Human and Animal Cells