CoCrMo alloys are extensively used in tissue engineering in both dental and orthopaedic applications and are highly recommended due to the good ratio quality /price comparing with other metallic biomaterials. The present approach is related to electrodeposition of fluoridated phosphate masses with good ratio calcium to phosphorus close to the one existing in bone.

SEM and EDX analysis confirm that the electrochemical method for deposition of fluoridated apatite on CoCrMo is efficient and the results were quantified using electrochemical and mechanical measurements.




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