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Titanium Alloy Screws

Titanium Alloy Screws


Application domain: implant
Material: titanium, titanium alloy, Ultra-high anti-rust and high-hardness stainless steel, Ultra-high anti-rust austenitic stainless steel
LZQ is an OEM factory for all kinds of dental implant related parts, such as Abutment/Transfer P25, Parallel Pin P37, Wrench P53, Chip Collection Drill P098, Bone Fetcher P16, etc. We can produce a whole kit of tools for customers' surgical cases.

Product Details

Complete solution for critical problems which might occur in the prosthetics process. Flexibility in challenging clinical and anatomical situations. Revolutionary corrosion resistant coating helps increase efficacy over time. Enhanced visibility - laser-etched marks facilitate visual measurement. We can etch the item code, specifications and do any color ring on tools just according to your any specific requirement.  Titanium alloy screws from LZQ is high-quality.

A: Process finish grade:
1.Ultra High Precision type (AAA) (Tolerance accuracy up to ±0.0015mm (1.5um) need to be mass customized)
2. High Precision (AA) (Tolerance accuracy up to ±0.005 (5um)) (Conventional Machining)
3. General precision machining (A) (Tolerance accuracy up to ±0.010 mm (10 um))( Conventional Machining)
4. ultra-high precision type & different material and color series

Implant Analog is suitable for various implant diameters. When using φ5.0 mm or φ6.0 mm implants, it is recommended to use lab analogs of identical dimensions in order to have a most complete and trustworthy rendering of the clinical situation. LZQ offers a wide range of innovative tools and instruments, provide simple and easy solutions for clinicians and lab technicians.

Wilson Popenoe and his wife in 1931, at a site in Honduras relationship lower back to 600 AD, observed the lower mandible of a younger Mayan woman, with three missing incisors replaced via portions of shell, shapedto resemble teeth. Bone growth around two of the implants, and the formation of calculus, suggests that they were useful as nicely as esthetic. The fragment is presently phase of the Osteological Collection of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University.

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