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The titanium surface texture effects adherence and growth of human gingival keratinocytes and human maxillar osteoblast-like cells in vitro

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Title
The titanium surface texture effects adherence and growth of human gingival keratinocytes and human maxillar osteoblast-like cells in vitro
Abstract

The adhesion, orientation and proliferation of human gingival epithelial cells and human maxillar osteoblast-like cells in primary and secondary culture were studied on glossy polished, sandblasted and plasma-sprayed titanium surfaces by scanning electron microscopy and in thin sections. The primary cultured explants of human gingival epithelial cells attached, spread and proliferated on all titanium surfaces with the greatest extension on the polished and the smallest extension on plasma-sprayed surfaces. In secondary suspension cultures of gingival keratinocytes, attachment spreading and growth was only observed on polished and plasma-sprayed surfaces, but not on sandblasted surfaces. Moreover, the attachment of these cells depended on the seeding concentration as well as on the coating with fetal calf serum. Cells on polished surfaces developed an extremely flat cell shape, but on sandblasted and plasma-sprayed surfaces a more cuboidal shape. In contrast human maxillar osteoblasts seeded as secondary suspension cultures attached very well to all three differently textured titanium surfaces and showed identical growth patterns independent of the titanium surface structure. These findings suggest that cell morphology, orientation, proliferation and adhesion of human gingival epithelial cells in primary or secondary culture are dependent on the texture of the titanium surface whereas no such differences were observed for maxillar osteoblast-like cells. In conclusion, the soft tissue integration and response is more influenced by the surface texture than the process of osseointegration.

Keywords
Human gingival keratinocytes; Human maxillar osteoblast-like cells; Primary and secondary culture; Titanium surface textures; Adhesion; Proliferation
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Biomaterials - Volume 22, Issue 20, 15 October 2001, Pages 2799–2809
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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