The loss of a tooth or teeth not only affects the aesthetic quality of your smile, but it also can have devastating consequences to your oral health. If the missing tooth is not addressed in a timely manner, shifting to the adjacent teeth can occur resulting in the loss of more teeth. In more devastating cases, the loss of a tooth can result in the deterioration of the jawbone. Dental implants have been changing people’s lives with its capability of functioning as a natural tooth, that looks and operates as your natural teeth do.
Dental Implants were the most innovative technique in teeth replacement in past years. Now, Smile Maker would like to introduce the newest highly acclaimed technology in tooth replacement procedure: CeraRoot Zirconia Implants. This type of revolutionary material is metal-free, made of zirconium oxide which a naturally occurring ceramic compound. CeraRoot is hypoallergenic as well as a holistic option to absolutely metal-free dental implants. This type of ceramic implant is an aesthetic solution to create a natural looking and strong replacement tooth structure.
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.
There are a growing number of patients who are concerned about having metal in their mouths in which titanium implants consist of. Research has shown that titanium implants contain a small amount of nickel, an element that 5% to 10% of the general population is allergic to. CeraRoot Zirconia Implants are bioinert, which means that they do not produce an immune response when being introduced to tissue. This also implies that the implants will not disrupt the energy movement through the body’s biological systems, making this a great alternative for patients who follow holistic beliefs.
The procedure entailed with this tooth replacement technique is surprisingly simple due to the fact that the placement is done in a one-stage approach. 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 having to make incisions into the gum line.
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