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What is Titanium Screws And Where Use To
Apr 08, 2017

Titanium screws are made of metal of the same name, with unique properties that make them ideal for construction work as well as in certain types of surgery. Titanium is a low-density metal that does not corrode, which means that it is made of screws that are often reliable. The strength of the steel is half the density, the titanium screws provide durability, but this is costly.

Titanium is known to be non-corrosive, and construction companies generally use titanium nails in knowledge that they do not rust and cause structural collapse. When the screws are used for construction from other metals, they lose their strength, because the stability under bad weather conditions is very common. The destruction of ordinary screws that perform additional renovations is an expensive business so titanium is recommended for use. Their reliability refers to the important construction of these screws that are appropriate, especially for external structures.

There are a variety of titanium screws that can include hex bolts, flange bolts, washers and fenders. Titanium also proves that when it comes to choosing a motorcycle shaft to be popular. Ordinary screws are made of steel, brass and bronze, slowly replaced by their president.

Titanium screws are also used in orthopedics. They also require special treatment by orthodontists who seek to make dental implants more stricter. This is because the implant is in the bone and does not depend on the patient to keep it in place. Some clinical studies have shown that when titanium screws can be used to keep implanted in place, orthodontic treatment is successful in 97% of cases.

Titanium has the ability to biocompatible, dental implants can be in 30 years or more places. Titanium is also used for a variety of other surgical methods because it is non-toxic and is therefore accepted by the body. This metal has a similar elastic modulus, which means that adjacent bone does not deteriorate. If titanium is used, however, stiffness is osteogenic twice, which can lead to deterioration.