Im somewhat aware of the tremendous forces the human jaw endures during normal chewing of food. How can these tiny implants withstands that?

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Im somewhat aware of the tremendous forces the human jaw endures during normal chewing of food. How can these tiny implants withstands that?

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Its true that what the dental profession calls occlusal forces create dynamic pressures on the human jaw. Our jaws are marvelously designed to adequately withstand those forces. Its also true that mankind has been struggling for centuries to come up with some type of metal or metallic element that can efficiently withstand those forces. Most have been outright failures. However, approximately twenty-five years ago some doctors around the world began experimenting with titanium as a potential dental medium. Titanium is an extremely strong metal used in the construction of aircraft and aircraft engines. The metal, in its commercial form, is incredibly strong and durable. The Sendax MDI takes that metallurgical concept to the next level by adapting an industry approved mixture of commercially pure titanium, a small percentage of aluminum, and a tiny sample of vanadium, likewise a malleable metallic element. The result is the strongest metal on earth, now commonly referred to as titanium a

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