Titanium Products for Medical Industry

Titanium is the preferred material for a variety of medical applications because of its superior properties. Its biocompatibility, non-toxicity, impressive corrosion resistance, and strength make it ideal for artificial bones, heart valves, pacemakers, surgical instruments, dental roots, and shape memory alloys. These properties make titanium an optimal choice for the healthcare industry.

Properties of Titanium Used in the Medical Industry

  • Resistance to corrosion
  • Biocompatibility
  • Superior mechanical and durability properties
  • Toughness
  • Low elastic modulus
  • Good wear resistance
  • High Strength-to-Weight Ratio
  • Osseointegration
  • Formability
  • Low Thermal Conductivity

Titanium is widely accepted in the medical industry for its excellent biocompatibility and strength. It outperforms stainless steel and cobalt chrome on both counts, making it the metal of choice for many applications where reliability and performance are paramount. Titanium also has a higher fatigue limit than many other metals. This makes it an ideal material for medical applications where durability and safety are essential.

Titanium is the material of choice for many applications due to its lower work hardenability compared to stainless steel. This metal has become increasingly popular and is often referred to as a ‘medical metal’ due to the benefits associated with it.

Joint Reconstruction

Joint Reconstruction

Joint reconstruction is a surgical procedure designed to restore function and mobility to a damaged or diseased joint such as the hip, knee, shoulder or ankle. Titanium and its alloys are commonly used in joint reconstruction surgery because their properties, such as excellent biocompatibility, make them ideal for this application.

Spinal Implants

Spinal implants are medical devices used in the surgical treatment of spinal disorders, such as degenerative disc disease, spinal deformities, spinal fractures, and spinal instability. Titanium and its alloys are widely used in spinal implants due to their excellent properties, including biocompatibility, durability, reliability, and long-term performance.

Spinal Implants
Dental Implant Application

Dental Implant Application

Titanium and its alloys are widely used in dental implant applications due to their excellent properties, including biocompatibility, osseointegration, radiopacity, malleability and tissue-friendly surfaces. Today, titanium is widely used in the dental industry for implants and orthodontic braces.

Titanium braces are a superior option to traditional steel orthodontic braces. They offer increased strength and reduced weight, as well as better compatibility with body fluids and increased preservation of bone density.

Titanium is a well-respected material in the dental market. It offers stability, functionality, and aesthetics with long-term performance in the oral environment. This metal has been specifically selected for its properties, making it an excellent choice for dental restorations.

Trauma Applications

Titanium and its alloys are also used in trauma applications, including the repair or alignment of damaged or fractured bones. Particularly in orthopedics for fracture fixation and trauma implants.

Titanium is the metal of choice in the trauma market as it provides stability, support and promotes bone healing during recovery.

Trauma Applications
Medical Instrumentation

Medical Instrumentation

Titanium and its alloys are increasingly used in medical instruments, particularly in general surgery, stomatology, neurosurgery, otolaryngology and ophthalmology. Its high strength-to-weight ratio combined with good technological properties, corrosion resistance and low density make it an ideal material for surgical implants and microsurgical instruments. The combination of stainless steel and titanium alloys has been particularly successful.

Lasting New Material(Lasting Titanium) – Leader in the Titanium Industry

For over 30 years, Lasting New Material(Lasting Titanium) has become a leader in the titanium industry. We offer a wide range of high quality grades and services to medical device manufacturers. Products relate to implants and other medical applications such as dental and orthopedic implants, spinal fixation products, soft tissue repair tools, trauma plates, bone screws and more. Our three decades of expertise make us the ideal partner for any titanium need.


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