Peri-implantitis-an infection caused by bacterial deposition of biofilm-is a common complication in dentistry which may lead to implant loss. Several decontamination procedures have been investigated to identify the optimal approach being capable to remove the bacterial biofilm without modifying the implant surface properties. Our study evaluated whether two different systems-Ni-Ti Brushes (Brush) and Air-Polishing with 40 µm bicarbonate powder (Bic40)-might alter the physical/chemical features of two different titanium surfaces-machined (MCH) and Ca++ nanostructured (NCA)-and whether these decontamination systems may affect the biological properties of human STRO-1+/c-Kit+ dental pulp stem cells (hDPSCs) as well as the bacterial ability to produce biofilm. Cell morphology, proliferation and stemness markers were analysed in hDPSCs grown on both surfaces, before and after the decontamination treatments. Our findings highlighted that Bic40 treatment either maintained the surface characteristics of both implants and allowed hDPSCs to proliferate and preserve their stemness properties. Moreover, Bic40 treatment proved effective in removing bacterial biofilm from both titanium surfaces and consistently limited the biofilm re-growth. In conclusion, our data suggest that Bic40 treatment may operatively clean smooth and rough surfaces without altering their properties and, consequently, offer favourable conditions for reparative cells to hold their biological properties.

Evaluation of Biological Response of STRO-1/c-Kit Enriched Human Dental Pulp Stem Cells to Titanium Surfaces Treated with Two Different Cleaning Systems / Conserva, E; Pisciotta, A; Bertoni, L; Bertani, Giulia; Meto, A; Colombari, B; Blasi, E; Bellini, P; de Pol, A; Consolo, U; Carnevale, G.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SCIENCES. - ISSN 1422-0067. - (2019), pp. 1-15. [10.3390/ijms20081868]

Evaluation of Biological Response of STRO-1/c-Kit Enriched Human Dental Pulp Stem Cells to Titanium Surfaces Treated with Two Different Cleaning Systems.

Conserva E;Pisciotta A;Bertoni L;BERTANI, GIULIA;Meto A;Colombari B;Blasi E;Bellini P;de Pol A;Consolo U;Carnevale G.
2019-01-01

Abstract

Peri-implantitis-an infection caused by bacterial deposition of biofilm-is a common complication in dentistry which may lead to implant loss. Several decontamination procedures have been investigated to identify the optimal approach being capable to remove the bacterial biofilm without modifying the implant surface properties. Our study evaluated whether two different systems-Ni-Ti Brushes (Brush) and Air-Polishing with 40 µm bicarbonate powder (Bic40)-might alter the physical/chemical features of two different titanium surfaces-machined (MCH) and Ca++ nanostructured (NCA)-and whether these decontamination systems may affect the biological properties of human STRO-1+/c-Kit+ dental pulp stem cells (hDPSCs) as well as the bacterial ability to produce biofilm. Cell morphology, proliferation and stemness markers were analysed in hDPSCs grown on both surfaces, before and after the decontamination treatments. Our findings highlighted that Bic40 treatment either maintained the surface characteristics of both implants and allowed hDPSCs to proliferate and preserve their stemness properties. Moreover, Bic40 treatment proved effective in removing bacterial biofilm from both titanium surfaces and consistently limited the biofilm re-growth. In conclusion, our data suggest that Bic40 treatment may operatively clean smooth and rough surfaces without altering their properties and, consequently, offer favourable conditions for reparative cells to hold their biological properties.
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Evaluation of Biological Response of STRO-1/c-Kit Enriched Human Dental Pulp Stem Cells to Titanium Surfaces Treated with Two Different Cleaning Systems / Conserva, E; Pisciotta, A; Bertoni, L; Bertani, Giulia; Meto, A; Colombari, B; Blasi, E; Bellini, P; de Pol, A; Consolo, U; Carnevale, G.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SCIENCES. - ISSN 1422-0067. - (2019), pp. 1-15. [10.3390/ijms20081868]
Conserva, E; Pisciotta, A; Bertoni, L; Bertani, Giulia; Meto, A; Colombari, B; Blasi, E; Bellini, P; de Pol, A; Consolo, U; Carnevale, G.
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