Dental Implants Ceramic
The loss of a tooth or of multiple teeth is not simply an issue of appearances. In addition to altering the way your smile looks, this issue can lead to devastating consequences to your oral health. Where missing teeth are not promptly and properly addressed, shifting of the adjacent teeth may occur, ultimately resulting in the loss of more teeth. Even worse, the loss of teeth in an area can cause the jaw in the area to deteriorate, in more severe cases. Dental implants have been changing people’s lives with its capability of functioning as a natural tooth which looks and operates as your natural teeth do.
Dental Implants were the most innovative technique in teeth replacement in past years. Technology has advanced once more, and now Smile Maker would like to introduce you to the newest highly acclaimed technology in tooth replacement procedure: CeraRoot Zirconia Implants. These implants are made of a revolutionary material, which is metal-free, and made of zirconium oxide which a naturally occurring ceramic compound. CeraRoot is hypoallergenic and holistic option to absolutely metal-free dental implants. One of the most important features of this teeth replacement technique is that these implants are designed to tolerate an incredible amount of chewing forces. You can eat, chew and drink just as you were able to with your real teeth. Furthermore, this kind of ceramic implant mimics very closely the natural appearance of your teeth, resulting in a structure as aesthetically pleasing as it is powerful replacement tooth structure.
A growing concern among many patients is the amount of metal which titanium dental implants can leave in your mouth. One of the reasons for this concern is that titanium implants have been found to contain a small amount of nickel, an element which 5% to 10% of the general population is allergic to. CeraRoot Zirconia Implants, in contrast are bioinert. What this means is that they do not produce an immune response when being introduced to tissue. For patients who follow holistic beliefs, this bioinert quality also implies that the implants will not disrupt the energy movement through the body’s biological systems, making this a great alternative to titanium implants for such patients. You may be surprised by how simple our one-stage approach to CeraRoot Zirconia Implants can make the procedure. CeraRoot implants are designed to be placed immediately in the jaw after a tooth extraction. During the first phase of a dental plant procedure, Dr. Karagodsky will evaluate the bone density of your jawbone to determine if the bone is strong enough to support the implant. Once the evaluation is complete, the Doctor will place the ceramic rod into the vacant socket with minimal invasive surgery, in some cases without needing to make incisions into the gum line.
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