Dental patients are becoming increasingly concerned about the materials being embedded within the vicinity of their oral cavity and about the potential impact these materials can have on their overall health. When it comes to implants, using a low reactive and low toxic-based material is the best candidate for this reconstructive tooth procedure. Over the years, health concerns have grown about the amount of metal that should be put into our bodies, leading, for some, to almost a complete avoidance of them.
Implants were the most innovative technique in teeth replacement in past years. Smile Maker wants to introduce the newest highly acclaimed technology in this procedure: CeraRoot Zirconia Implants. This type of revolutionary material is metal-free and is instead made of zirconium oxide – a naturally occurring ceramic compound. Today, there is an increasing number of people who are identified to be suffering from allergies, skin sensitivities, and weak immune systems. Therefore, titanium implants have to be seriously scrutinized before they are placed into the jaw for patients who suffer from these sensitivities. CeraRoot zirconia implants are a hypoallergenic and holistic option to absolutely metal-free 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 exactly as you were able to with your real teeth.
There are a growing number of patients who are concerned about having the metal which titanium implants consist of in their mouths. Research has shown that titanium implants contain a small amount of nickel, an element to which 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 an excellent alternative for patients who follow holistic beliefs.
The procedure entailed in this tooth-replacement technique is surprisingly simple due to the fact that the placement is done in a single-stage approach. CeraRoot implants are designed to be placed immediately in the jaw after a extraction. During the initial phase of a implant procedure, Dr. Karagodsky will evaluate your jawbone’s bone density 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 minimally invasive surgery, in some cases without even needing to make incisions into the gum line.