Titanium Implants

Currently, titanium constitutes the most frequently applied material in dental implants. Ink pencils have been in successful use for several decades now, resulting in a significantly higher number of scientific studies compared to ceramics. These studies demonstrate that the organism does not perceive titanium pins as foreign objects. At this point, it is crucial to distinguish pure titanium from titanium alloys: The production of pure titanium is more expensive, but in return, side effects are virtually unknown. Its biocompatibility is superb. On the other hand, some patients struggle with titanium alloys due to their bodies‘ undesirable overreactions. In return, however, the alloys are less expensive and display high levels of stability. Generally, osseointegration, meaning the titanium implant’s act of fusing inside the bone during the healing process, constitutes an additional argument for the use of titanium.    


  • Many years of positive practical experience
  • Scientific studies verify high levels of compatibility
  • High stability
  • Rapid ingrowth into the jaw bone
  • Pure titanium is recommended due to better biocompatibility
  • Less expensive than ceramics


  • Higher costs in the case of pure titanium
  • Occasional side effects in the case of titanium alloys