Titanium anodizing is a process that adjusts the oxide level of metal surfaces.
This adjustment changes the spectrum of light, resulting in perceived color.
By precisely controlling the surface oxide level, an entire range of colors can be produced.
Titanium Anodizing is not a coating, nor does it use dyes.
Voltage applied to the part through fixturing, in an electrolytic bath, controls the color. Therefore, the integrity and properties of the base metal along with its suitability in biomedical applications are not compromised.