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Pulsed laser techniques used for the synthesis of biomaterial thin films 3. Characterization methods of laser surface modified biomaterials 3. Conclusions, summary, perspectives 4. Stability of laser surface modified implants 4. Introduction 4. Materials and preparation of model samples 4. Femtosecond laser treatment 4. The principle of laser-induced fixation 4.
Surface characterization of laser-treated samples 4. Mechanical stability tests of model implants 4. Conclusion 5. Structuring of biomaterial surfaces with ultrashort pulsed laser radiation 5. Introduction 5. Surface structuring 5. Summary and outlook Part Two. Laser surface modification techniques for biomaterials 6. Laser surface modification of metallic biomaterials 6. Introduction 6.
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Laser surface modification of metallic biomaterials with no material addition 6. Laser surface modification of metallic biomaterials with material addition 6. Future trends and summary 7. Laser surface modification of polymeric surfaces for microbiological applications 7. Biofilms 7. Influence of external factors on bacterial attachment 7. Existing antimicrobial biomaterial technology 7. Polymeric biomaterials 7. Laser modification of polymeric biomaterials 7. Summary 8. Laser surface modification of biological hard tissues 8. Introduction 8.
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Structure and constitution of biological hard tissues 8. Ultrashort laser interaction with biological hard tissues 8. Ablation of biological hard tissues with ultrafast lasers 8. Surface properties of ultrafast laser-ablated surfaces 8. Conclusions 9.
Laser surface modification and the tissue—implant interface 9. Introduction 9. Implant surface modification using lasers 9. Summary and concluding remarks Laser surface structuring of ceramics, metals and polymers for biomedical applications: A review Introduction State of the art in laser-induced periodic surface structures on various materials Variety of laser-induced periodic surface structures and required parameters Applications of laser-induced periodic surface structures New prospective and future trends Conclusions Ultrafast laser surface texturing of titanium alloys Ablation of metallic materials by ultrashort laser pulses Multiscale self-organised surface textures Applications of the self-organised surface textures Conclusions Index.
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