How to add custom hues to implant screws with Zirkozahn’s Titanium Spectral-Colouring Anodizers

July 17, 2013

With Zirkonzahn’s new Titanium Spectral-Colouring Anodizers, laboratories can colorize metal bases and screws, allowing technicians to avoid the greyish shadowing that regularly occurs in silver implant screws, zirconia bridges on titan bars and individual zirconia abutments.

With Zirkonzahn’s new Titanium Spectral-Colouring Anodizers, laboratories can colorize metal bases and screws, allowing technicians to avoid the greyish shadowing that regularly occurs in silver implant screws, zirconia bridges on titan bars and individual zirconia abutments.

Available in a multitude of colors, the device is said to be simple to handle, while the resulting colorized oxide layer reportedly increases the osseointegration and bio-compatibility of titanium.

Additionally, the process can also be used to color code separate components, allowing technicians to simply and immediately discern one from the other without further inspection.

For more information about Zirkonzahn’s Titanium Spectral-Colouring Anodizers, or to view sample cases, head to www.zirkonzahn.com.