Ceramic Zirconia Implants
Are CeraRoot Ceramic Zirconia Dental Implants A Superior Choice?
All types of implants don’t offer long-term solutions to dental problems related to missing or decaying teeth. For example, while traditional titanium implant systems are a popular choice, they fail where CeraRoot zirconia implants succeed. The titanium implants comprise of two metal components—the implant that’s fixed into the jaw and the abutment that’s installed above the gum-line—connected with a fixation screw. But micro-movement can take place where these pieces meet under very high pressure due to chewing—creating moist, warm areas where anaerobic bacteria get an optimum environment to colonize and trigger an unfortunate series of events. The bacteria emit toxins, which induce inflammation around the implant, leading to bone loss and possible implant failure.
But the one-piece design of CeraRoot ceramic zirconia implants can eliminate all of these problems. As a result, the form of the tissues around the one-piece implants looks quite similar to the natural dentition.
Due to advancements over decades, more ceramic components have been integrated into dentistry owing to their clinically proven strength and aesthetic benefits. Increasingly, all-ceramic crowns and implant abutments are being included in treatment plans. Moreover, the implant itself can be used as a one-piece design constructed from bio-compatible zirconia. CeraRoot implants offer the best dental solution when it comes to optimal function, natural appearance, and superior health.
Benefits Of Zirconia Dental Implants
CeraRoot implants are a one-piece implant, and this entirely does away with the micro-gap issue present in titanium implants.
Ceramic Zirconia dental implants are an ideal solution for your front teeth as they are similar to your natural tooth root color.
The zirconia dental implants retain less plaque, and there is almost non-existence of adverse effects due to metal sensitivity such as inflammation, corrosion, and physical fatigue—ensuring healthier gums and overall health.
As compared to metal implants, zirconia dental implants permit light to pass through just like a natural tooth.
As they are very strong, zirconia dental implants can last a lifetime.
Ceramic Zirconia dental implants, particularly the Gingiva, are highly bio-compatible with human tissue.
The implants bond very well with the jaw bone and are ‘accepted’ by the gums.
The FDA, German and other European Governing Boards have approved ceramic zirconia dental implants.
As they are fully metal-free implants, they are sought after by patients with allergies to metals or by those who do not prefer metal replacements for missing teeth.
The shape of CeraRoot ceramic zirconium implants is tooth-shaped, and they have a natural tooth-like flair and emergence profile—eliminating the food trap issue, which is a problem with titanium implants.
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