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Abstract

BACKGROUND:

Most of the dental metal repair materials contacting Ti implants will cause galvanic corrosion and local environment with positive electricity on the implant interface, which directly affects the status of the tissues, especially bone resorption.

OBJECTIVE:

To evaluate the galvanic corrosion of commercially pure Ti (TA2 type) coupled with Au alloy, CoCr alloy, Ti alloy, and NiCr alloy in vitro.

METHODS:

Circuit of commercially pure Ti contacting with Au alloy, CoCr alloy, Ti alloy, and NiCr alloy was simulated in vitro in artificial saliva, and the common potential and galvanic current in 15 hours were recorded to draw current-time curves.

RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:

The galvanic current became stable after 8 hours of contacting. The galvanic current was the greatest in Ti/Au, followed by Ti/CoCr, Ti/Ti alloy, and then Ti/NiCr. Results indicated that the galvanic corrosion of the couple of Ti and Au alloy is the lowest. Au alloy is the most suitable material for implant superstructure. The galvanic corrosion of the couple of Ti and NiCr alloy is the highest, so NiCr alloy is not acceptable for implant superstructure.

RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:

Tang Y, Wang GP. Galvanic corrosion between Ti implants and implant superstructure dental alloys.

RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:

Zhongguo Zuzhi Gongcheng Yanjiu yu Linchuang Kangfu. 2011;15(51): 9617-9620.

RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:

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