ImPlasa Höchst - forward to future

ImPlasa Höchst - forward to future

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In the nearest future the opening of representations in Byelorussia, South Korea, Venezuela and Cuba is planned.
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History and plans
Unique technologies, developed by ImPlasa company extended the number of indications to implantation considerably and that fact is confirmed by the number of sells.
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Materials

The high-quality materials + constantly improving technologies = the guarantee of our quality and your success

Titanium

In the world dentistry practice one of the most commonly used materials applied for production of dental implants is titanium. The choice just of this material is caused, first of all, by its unique corrosion resistance and biocompatibility. High corrosion resistance of titanium is explained by quick generation on its surface of amorphous passive layer well connected with the main metal and excluding direct contact of the metal with corrosion active medium.

The amorphous passive layer is generated on the titanium surface by oxidation in the air, anodic oxidation and by the way of self-passivity not only in the mixtures of high oxidation, but also in the neutral ones, and the mixtures of low oxidation. One of the most important factors of protective passive pellicle generation on titanium is the presence in the mixture of oxidizing agents and firstly of oxygen.

In addition to the air oxygen the role of the passivators, sharply braking the process of titanium corrosion in caustic solutions, may be played by well-known oxidants: nitric or chromic acid, potassium permanganate and others. In water mixtures titanium passivation  may go also without air oxygen or special oxidants, that may be explained by titanium oxidation with hydroxide group.

Titanium resistance in passive state is considerably higher than the one of iron, chrome, nickel and stainless steel. In addition, titanium can keep the stable passive state in water solutions, including with oxygen ions of chlorine practically in any concentration. Corrosion resistance of titanium compositions in passive state is defined through resistance to the given aggressive medium of surface oxide layer.

In most cases these are the thin oxide layers of rutile (TiO2), but in acid solutions the nature of surface layer may change. Titanium has very high resistance in most of organic compositions.
Speed of its corrosion in the most aggressive mediums depends on aeration of solutions or presence of air oxygen. On the basis of the above mentioned, it becomes evident, that from the viewpoint of biocompatibility the most rational material for dental implants production and commercially pure is titanium.