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To simplify the assessment of the quality of the treatment using the costuming agent based on calcium hydroxyapatite, the percentage of bone tissue loss (the depth of the bone pocket) was taken with respect to the body of the dental implant before and after therapy.
[Cd.sup.2+] (0.095 nm radius) and [F.sup.-] have the probability of substitution for [Ca.sup.2+] (0.100 nm radius) and OH- in the vertebral animals' bones and teeth that are principally composed of calcium hydroxyapatite. Additionally, the ion exchangeability of apatite offers a possibility for the remediation of heavy metal-contaminated soils and the removal of hazardous heavy metals from industrial wastewaters.
Cerament is composed of 60% w/w fast-resorbing calcium sulphate, which is intended to be quickly replaced by the newly formed bone, and of 40% w/w calcium hydroxyapatite, which acts as a long-lasting scaffold to allow further bone ingrowth [3].
Akkas, "An investigation of the chemical synthesis and high-temperature sintering behaviour of calcium hydroxyapatite (HA) and tricalcium phosphate (TCP) bioceramics," Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, vol.
Calcific tendinitis occurs due to an inflammatory response to the deposition of calcium hydroxyapatite crystals in the tendons of the longus colli muscle.
Among the topics are the synthesis and structural characteristics of gallium oxide powders, the sol-gel synthesis and characterization of samarium and manganese substituted calcium hydroxyapatite, intrinsic defects in zinc oxide nanoparticles synthesized by the sol-gel and combustion techniques, the effect of sintering temperature on the microstructure and optical properties of zinc oxide ceramics, and the structural characterization of beryllium and indium oxide powders.
[7.] El Hammari, L., et al., Chemical modification of porous calcium hydroxyapatite surfaces by grafting phenylphosphonic and phenylphosphite acids.
Inorganic component mostly comprises hydroxyapatite (HAp) which has a chemical formula Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2 (calcium hydroxyapatite).1 Organic part comprises proteins, mainly amelogenin, ameloblastin and tuftelin, with traces of proteoglycans and lipoids which mostly disappear upon enamel maturation.
Suyama, "Formation and structure of zinc-substituted calcium hydroxyapatite," Materials Research Bulletin, vol.
Metselaar, "Toughening of calcium hydroxyapatite with silver particles," Journal of Materials Science, vol.
The global facial injectables market segmentation is based on product types (Botulinum Toxin, Hyaluronic Acid, Collagen, Particles and Polymers Fillers (PPF), Polymethylmethacrylate beads (PMMA microspheres), Poly-L-lactic acid, Calcium hydroxyapatite).