Medical

Titanium is classified as body-compatible, corrosion resistant, allergy neutral, non carcinogenic, non-toxic and taste-neutral The combination of its feather light weight, super strength and high elasticity make titanium ideal for use in medical engineering applications such as implants for the human body. Commercially pure titanium and titanium alloys have been used in the medical sector for years in a wide and varied range of applications,
including:

  • Joint replacement components for hips, knees, spine, and hands
  • Bone fixation devices such as nails, screws, nuts and plates
  • Dental implants, orthodontic and prosthodontics parts
  • Pacemaker casings and artificial cardiac valves
  • Instruments for cardiac and ophthalmic surgery

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