MICHAL SZOTA, ADRIAN LUKASZEWICZ CORROSION RESISTANCE OF INJECTION-CASTING DENTAL IMPLANTS In this paper the results of corrosion resistance for dentistry implants – commercial and produced by injection casting were presented. The produced and commercial implants were made from the same material (Ti6Al4V ELI). Studies were carried out on six samples: two were input materials (E1, E2), two were commercial implants (C1, C2) and two were produced implants (P1, P2) where P1 was produced from input material E1 and P2 was produced from input material E2. For corrosion resistance potentiodynamic studies were carried out. It was found that produced samples through injection casting have better corrosion resistance than commercial implants. However, produced implants have similar corrosion resistance to input materials. The studies have shown that it is possible to use innovative injection casting to improve corrosion resistance of dental implants.