Ceramic Dental Implants
The majority of today's dental implants is made out of titanium, a technology which has been used successfully over the last 60 years. However, the use of titanium in the human body has its limitations and disadvantages such as grey shading or surface corrosion¹. Titanium particles are released and floating in the body² which is suspected to create an increasing number of systemic intolerances³. Additionally, titanium is susceptible to bacteria adhesion and biofilm development⁴, leading to secondary negative effects.
Modern Ceramic Dental Implants offer an alternative for tooth replacement that is much closer to a natural tooth and therefore has many benefits. Consequently, it is not surprizing that patient demand is strongly increasing.
+ BEAUTIFULLY WHITE
Ceramic Dental Implants with their natural tooth color and translucency offer the highest aesthetics and are therefore superior to titanium. Even patients with thin bone or gums have no risk of visible grey edges or the dark core of the implant showing through.
+ HIGHLY BIOCOMPATIBLE
Ceramic Implants are non-conductive and non-corrosive which means there is no surface deterioration over time. Furthermore, they are not affected by contact with oral bacteria or other dental materials⁵
+ STRONG & STABLE
Modern Ceramic Implants are made out of high-tech Zirconia and show excellent mechanical properties⁶
+ OPTIMAL SURFACE ROUGHNESS
Research and development of the last decades have led to technically very advanced production processes during which the ceramic surface is being modified to achieve optimal roughness for osseointegration⁷
+ GUMS LOVE CERAMICS
Study results clearly show that the blood flow around Ceramic Implants is close to that of natural teeth and therefore significantly higher than around titanium implants. High blood circulation ensures healthy tissue and long-term success⁸
+ LESS BACTERIA
Ceramic Implants have a lower affinity to harmful plaque with it finding less surface adhesion than on titanium implants. This significantly reduces the risk of inflammation around the implant which is a common reason for implant failure⁹
+ CLINICALLY SUCCESSFUL
With success rates being absolutely comparable to those of titanium implants, you can rely on the stability and durability of modern high-quality Ceramic Implants. Test results and clinical practice speak for themselves¹⁰