The first implant to be made from porcelains could cost anywhere from $4 to $4.5 million, according to a report by the American Conservative, a conservative magazine.
The implant is made by an Israeli company called Nanotron.
It is being tested by the Israeli military for use in the treatment of a type of brain tumor.
The implant uses a combination of titanium and ceramics to form a soft, flexible material that is then inserted into the skull.
The implant was made with a special resin that was used in making the iPhone 4S, which has a titanium shell.
It is being developed by a company called BioOptix that was founded in 2014.
It was founded by Dr. Amir Shabbat, a neurosurgeon who was also the founder of BioOptics, which manufactures implants made from other materials, including plastic.
The company said the Nanotronic implant is currently being tested in patients at the Shafka Medical Center in Israel.
They were given the implant by a military unit.
It could be delivered by helicopter to the Israeli Air Force, and then by rail to the facility where the patient is being treated.
A spokesperson for BioOptical told The American Conservatives, “The nanotronic is a medical device that has been developed to treat a range of conditions that have been reported in the literature.
These include: pain, inflammation, epilepsy, neurodegenerative disorders, chronic pain, spinal cord injuries, and some types of traumatic brain injury.”
They added, “As with any medical device, there is a risk associated with using this type of implant, and we take this very seriously.”
They said the implant is being used by the IDF, the Israeli Defense Forces and the IDF Medical Corps, as well as the IDF General Medical Corps.