Titanium Sputtering Target Disc 98x14mm 97x16mm ASTM F67 For Oral Denture
|Place of Origin||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1piece|
|Price||$19.80 - $21.5/pc|
|Packaging Details||Vacuum sealed package inside; export wooden case or carton outside|
|Delivery Time||7~20 work days|
|Payment Terms||T/T, L/C|
|Supply Ability||10000 Piece/Pieces per Month|
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|Material||Titanium Gr1 Gr2 Gr3 Gr4||Standard||ASTM F67|
|Purity||99.9%~99.999%||Application||For Oral Denture,medical|
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Titanium Sputtering Target used in medical application case
One notable example of the use of titanium sputtering targets in medical applications is in the production of dental implants. Dental implants are artificial teeth that are surgically implanted into the jawbone to replace missing or damaged teeth.
Titanium is a commonly used material for dental implants because it is biocompatible, meaning it is not harmful to living tissue, and it has a low risk of causing an allergic reaction. In addition, titanium is strong, lightweight, and resistant to corrosion, making it an ideal material for use in the mouth.
To improve the performance of dental implants, a thin layer of titanium can be deposited onto the surface of the implant using a sputtering process. This coating can improve the implant's biocompatibility, making it more likely to integrate with the surrounding bone tissue and reducing the risk of implant failure.
In one case, researchers at the University of Iowa used a titanium sputtering process to create a novel dental implant that could improve the long-term success of dental implants. The researchers used a sputtering process to deposit a layer of titanium onto the surface of a dental implant made from a different material, zirconia. The titanium coating improved the implant's ability to integrate with the surrounding bone tissue and reduced the risk of implant failure.
This is just one example of how titanium sputtering targets can be used in medical applications to improve the performance of medical devices and improve patient outcomes.