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Ricardo Tejero

Ricardo Tejero

PhD in Biomedicine and Molecular Biology

Engineer of the research laboratory in materials and surface engineering of BTI Biotechnology Institute

PhD in Biomedicine and Molecular Biology from the University of the Basque Country UPV-EHU (Spain).

Extraordinary Doctorate Award for the doctoral thesis Cum Laude “The biological activation of implants”.

Degree in Engineering, specialising in Materials Science and Physics from the INSA Lyon School of Engineering (France).

Master in Biomaterials from the Dresden University of Technology, TU Dresden (Germany).

More than 15 years of experience in research, product development and teaching in the field of biomaterials and implants, with numerous technical and scientific publications in specialised media.

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Published Articles

  • Author:
  • Eduardo Anitua
  • Ricardo Tejero
  • Francisco Romero-Gavilán
  • Andreia Cerqueira
  • Iñaki García-Arnáez
  • Cristina Martinez-Ramos
  • Seda Ozturan
  • Raul Izquierdo
  • Mikel Azkargorta
  • Félix Elortza
  • Mariló Gurruchaga
  • Isabel Goñi
  • Julio Suay

Calcium ions are used in the development of biomaterials for the promotion of coagulation, bone regeneration, and implant osseointegration. Upon implantation, the time-dependent release of calcium ions from titanium implant surfaces modifies the physicochemical characteristics at the implant-tissue interface and thus, the biological responses

  • Author:
  • Eduardo Anitua
  • Ricardo Tejero
  • Andreia Cerqueira
  • Francisco Romero Gavilán
  • Iñaki García Arnáez
  • Cristina Martinez Ramos
  • Seda Ozturan
  • Mikel Azkargorta
  • Félix Elortza
  • Mariló Gurruchaga
  • Isabel Goñi
  • Julio Suay

The application of the counter-torque technique has been proposed as a conservative and atraumatic alternative for the explantation of nonmobile dental implants. The objective of this report is to assess the performance of this technique in a large number of patients.