Titanium bars for surgical implantation, also known as medical titanium bars, are the most widely used metal for human body implantation in modern medicine. Due to its non-allergenic, carcinogenic and aberrant contact with human body, titanium can well combine with bone tissue, epithelium and connective tissue, so it is a biocompatible metal material.
It is widely used in denture porcelain, bracket, steel bracket, bone joint, surgical implantation and so on.
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