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Ceramic Dental Implants

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Metal-free Ceramic dental implants are increasing in popularity for a variety of reasons. These implants are known to interact well with the bone and gums, and they are a good holistic option for patients who want an implant that will support their overall health. Many people are choosing Ceramic implants over the traditional titanium varieties, and there are several reasons that the trend in dental implants is moving in this direction including: aesthetics, allergies, durability, comfort, resistance, and shorter surgery time. 


Titanium implants sometimes result in aesthetic issues. This is especially true for patients who experience gum recession or those who have thin gums. When titanium dental implants are put into place, gums can appear gray. Ceramic or Zirconia is white and not a metal, so it can provide for a more natural look.


The traditional titanium dental implants consist of two metal pieces that are joined together using a fixation screw. When put under extreme pressure, these two pieces can move slightly, and this may result in pockets in which bacteria can colonize. Ceramic or Zirconia dental implants are made from a simple, yet innovative design to eliminate this problem. These ceramic components will not shift after implantation, so infection is less of a concern.


Many patients who choose metal-free Ceramic or Zirconia dental implants claim that they enjoyed a shorter implant process and greater comfort with their system. The strength of Ceramic or Zirconia also allows for greater function after the surgery, so the odds of having long-term success with these dental implants are quite high.

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The CleanImplant Foundation strives to evaluate and promote the highest quality in clean and safe dental implants for the benefit of all patients.

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Dr. Dirk Duddeck, Managing Director
CleanImplant Foundation CIF GmbH

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Zirconia dental implants are extremely strong and durable, and their long-term success is one of the most attractive features of the system. These dental implants were designed to withstand great force, and they are known for their superior strength and inflexibility when put under pressure. These are great qualities for a dental implant system to possess.


Metal implants can be a big problem for people who have allergies. In some cases, sensitivity may not even show up until years after the implants have been put into place. This can result in bone loss and implant failure. Zirconia dental implants are hypoallergenic, so sensitivity and allergy issues are not a problem.


Titanium dental implants are known to corrode when placed into a wet environment like a mouth, and this process is accelerated if other metal is present in the teeth. When fluoride is added, metal corrosion also speeds up and can attack the implant surface. With Zirconia, which is a biocompatible material, these concerns are less of an issue, as the substance is resistant to corrosion, and it also doesn’t trigger chemical reactions or conduct heat and electricity.



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There is often some confusion amongst clinicians and patients regarding the difference between zirconium and zirconium dioxide (zirconia). Can you really call a zirconia implant “metal free” if it is derived from zirconium? Yes. ‘Zirconia’ is a ceramic material manufactured from zirconium dioxide. During the oxidation of zirconium, an irreversible chemical reaction occurs where electrons move from the zirconium to the oxygen molecules. As a result, ceramic zirconia has completely different material properties compared to the metal zirconium, including wear resistance, toughness and conductivity. This is why zirconia implants are described as ‘metal-free’.

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ZSystems  implants do not interfere with the movement of energy though the body’s meridians. And since zirconia implants are bioinert, they’re a perfect tooth replacement solution for patients who adhere to holistic health principles.

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Metal-free Zirconia dental implants are designed so that they can be placed immediately following a tooth extraction. This one-stage surgery reduces the amount of time it takes to place the implant in order to maximize the comfort of the patient. A less invasive surgery also results in shorter recovery time and less pain during in the days to follow the procedure.

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