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Titanium and medical

Oct 26, 2018

  • The list of titanium’s benefits is lengthy. This makes it incredibly useful for a number of different industries, including the automotive, aerospace and architectural worlds. But because titanium resists corrosion, is biocompatible and has an innate ability to join with human bone, it has become a staple of the medical field, as well. From surgical titanium instruments to orthopedic titanium rods, pins and plates, medical and dental titanium has truly become the fundamental material used in medicine.

  • Common titanium applications in terms of medical industry:

  • • Hip and knee joints

  • • Bone screws

  • • Bone plates

  • • Dental implants

  • • Surgical devices

  • • Pacemaker cases

  • • Spectacle frames

  • • Heart valves

  • • Pharmaceutical equipment

  • • Wheelchairs

  • It is expected that uses for titanium within the biomedical industry will only continue to grow in the coming years. With the baby-boomer demographic continuing to age and our health industry pushing people to live more active lives, it’s only logical that the medical industry will continue researching new and innovative uses for this popular metal alloy. And with healthcare reform a current major issue, titanium’s cost-efficiency adds even more appeal to those looking to cut healthcare costs.


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