Ceramic Dental Implants are 100% metal-free for a holistic solution to your missing teeth. Ceramic Dental Implants are the superior alternative to traditional, metal dental implants. These implants are an FDA approved, biomimetic and holistic dental implant option. Ceramic dental implants are classified as non-metallic and are very biocompatible with bone. Because of this compatibility, the jawbone grows around the implant, making it firm and stable. Whether you’re missing one tooth or several, dental implants are the best tooth replacement option.
There are a number of benefits to ceramic dental implants vs traditional titanium implants. Indianapolis Dentistry provides a variety of options to our patients and allow them to make an educated decision. With that being stated, here is why we highly recommend ceramic dental implants.
For those choosing a holistic protocol for healthcare and prefer a non-metal option, all-ceramic/zirconia implant is an excellent choice. These implants are bio-compatible (completely tissue-friendly) which means there are no allergic reactions and no sensitivity to temperature.
An increasing number of people suffer from metal allergies, sensitivities, or other immune reactions. We take these allergies and sensitivities very seriously, which is why we prefer using ceramic implants as a solution.
These implants are white, beautiful, and the body responds to them as well as it would to any titanium implant. In the rare event of gum tissue recession or shrinkage, ceramic dental implants will not reveal gray shadows like in the case of titanium implants.
When a patient is suffering from missing teeth, dentures, or failed dental work, Dr. Reese and the team at Indianapolis Dentistry have a solution. Your first step is to call our office and schedule an implant consultation. During this one-on-one meeting with our dentists, we’ll find out your smile goals and formulate a solution for you. In addition, we’ll take a 3-D scan of your mouth so we can deliver the most precise treatment recommendation. From that 3-D scan, we’ll be able to see whether you have any bone loss and how we may proceed with treatment.