Medical Grade Titanium Alloy Wire has two types: Ti-6AL4V and Ti-6AL4VELI, alloys made of 6% Aluminum and 4% Vanadium, are the most common types of titanium used in medicine. Because of its harmonizing factor with the human body, these titanium alloys are popularly used in medical procedures, as well as in body piercings. Also known as Gr. 5 and Gr. 23, these are some of the most familiar and readily available types of titanium in the US, with a number of distributors specializing in these specific grades.
Ti-6AL4V and Ti-6AL4VELI offer greater fracture resistance when used in dental implants. The implant procedure begins with the insertion of a titanium screw into the jaw. The screw resembles and acts like the root of the tooth. After an allotted amount of time has passed for the bone to have grown into the medical-grade titanium screw, a fake tooth is connected to the implant.
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Medical Grade Titanium Alloy Rods are used in surgery, which includes:
-Orthopedic pins and screws
-In joint replacements
-Bone fixation devices
Our Medical Grade Titanium Alloy Wires are clearly tagged and labeled externally to ensure efficient identification and quality control. Great care is taken to avoid any damage which might be caused during storage or transportation.
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