Titanium is used in just about every part of the human body. Titanium’s incredible strength, complete resistance to bodily fluids and biocompatibility make it the go-to material for a huge variety of medical and dental devices, such as artificial joints, bone plates, dental implants and many others.

Paragon Medical has more than 30 years of experience in titanium machining of medical implants for every application. Working on state-of-the-art equipment, including titanium additive manufacturing machines, 5-axis milling machines and multi-axis Swiss, our titanium machining capabilities produce highly complex, multi-faceted implants from both commercially pure titanium and titanium alloys.

Some of the titanium medical components we produce include:

  • Neurosurgical components
  • Endoscopic devices
  • Aspiration / ultrasonic needles
  • Cardiovascular implants
  • Fixation plates
  • Ventricular assist devices (VAD) components
  • Spinal reconstruction components
  • Bone screws and anchors
  • Phacoemulsification needles
  • Surgical tools and components
  • Dental implants, healing caps and abutments
  • …and many more
Titanium medical components

To learn more about our titanium metal components and products, visit our products page.

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