Increasing the active surface of dental implants at nano level quickens healing
Researchers at the University of Gothenburg have conducted studies on the surface arrangement of dental implants both at the micro and nano level to enable speedy healing of patients. Johanna Löberg from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Gothenburg stated that by causing an increase of the active surface area at the nano scale and altering the implant's conductivity, the biomechanics of the body is influenced in such a way as to avoid discomfort and to speed up the healing process.
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