A missing tooth can wipe a smile off your face. But high-precision engineering is filling the gap with dental implants manufacturing equipment. Advanced technology produces safe implants from biomaterials that fuse with the jawbone.
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Zirconia can replicate advantages of medical-grade titanium alloys
A lightweight titanium alloy made with 6% aluminum and 4% vanadium, referred to as Ti64, offers high corrosion resistance and biocompatibility. Dental implant therapy rests on the ability of the artificial material to be integrated into the natural bone structure.
But new trends are propelling as an alternative base material for implants. This synthetic mineral favors osseointegration as well, but, unlike titanium, it produces a white color just like natural teeth.
Dental implants manufacturing equipment applied for Metal Injection Molding
Metal Injection Molding (MIM) is one of the main techniques in titanium-based implants. The metal powders are premixed with carbon-free binders to form the mold. The binder is removed before sintering the products and cooling them.
In the case of cast molding, a drilling system threads the interior to accommodate the abutment and crown that orthodontic specialists will fix.
Anodize the outer layer to enhance surface porosity
The particle size distribution of the starting powder is critical to achieving surface roughness in the implant. This allows the product to be anchored in the dental cavity. Implants with smooth finishes need surface texturing to an ideal roughness value between 1 and 10 μm.
Meanwhile, the finished implants are immersed in acid to anodize the metal. The passivation process increases the porosity of the implant, helping the live bone to bind it more easily.
Use conventional heat treatment to sterilize implants
Dental implants are finished to maximum sterility. At the end of the production process, any powder residues or lubricants are cleaned off the implants. Dental implants manufacturing equipment suitable for this process includes vacuum degreasers using solvent vapors. The implants are treated with moist heat or dry heat for sterilization.
Alternative methods include irradiation and chemical processing, but these do not translate into higher effectiveness.