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ceramic.implant – The basis for a beautiful, natural restoration

The most natural replacement for your original tooth

The causes of tooth loss range from cavities and gingivitis to accidents and trauma.

Missing teeth are more than just an esthetic problem: over time, adjacent and opposite teeth will move towards the gap. This leads to malocclusion, which can cause problems in the mandibular joint and elsewhere.

At the same time, the jawbone around the missing tooth begins to degrade as the body no longer needs to maintain any roots at this site.

This can cause other teeth to come loose as well.

An implant-supported restoration replicates the lost tooth. Implants act as artificial dental roots, providing a stable, reliable base for attaching crowns and bridges to the jawbone.

This restores the patient’s natural jaw function and occlusion without damaging any of their other teeth.

 

 

 

Naturally …

… biocompatible

Zirconia is a biologically based solution that has proven successful over many years of use as a medical implant material. It is considered very tissue-friendly and resistant to plaque – important benefits for the health of your teeth.

… safe

The ceramic.implant is very hard-wearing and can be fixed into the jawbone thanks to its material properties and quality. This provides a stable base for crowns and bridges.

… non-metallic

Conventional implants are made of titanium, or sometimes other metals. The ceramic.implant is manufactured using the modern, high-performance ceramic material zirconia.

… esthetically pleasing

Titanium implants are dark, and their color can show through the gums. The ceramic.implant matches the color and translucence of a natural dental root, providing an ideal base for new teeth with natural beauty.

… efficient

The ceramic.implant makes treatment quick and gentle: Ideally, you will need just one appointment to install the implant and another for the final restoration. This keeps the costs much lower than other therapeutic concepts.

… reliable

The ceramic.implant has been developed in close collaboration with leading universities and experts in dental implantology. A number of clinical studies have proven the long-term treatment success, functionality, and esthetic results of ceramic.implant.

When one tooth is missing … ceramic.implant

Without an implant, a dental bridge is the only way of filling the gap left by a missing tooth. In order to install such a bridge, the adjacent teeth need to be filed down to stumps. The bridge then replaces both the missing tooth and its two neighbors, which were actually healthy.

An implant allows us to integrate a fixed, individual crown into your jawbone without having to grind down other teeth.

The installation of the ceramic.implant is a painless operation performed under local anesthesia, and the implant grows into place and sets within 2 to 4 months. So that you don’t have to leave the practice with a visible gap after your initial visit, your dentist can provide you with a temporary restoration.

Once the implant has healed, a custom-made crown can be attached to it.

This will give your jawline a uniform appearance and restore your ability to chew naturally.

When you’re missing several teeth … ceramic.implant

Without an implant, a dental bridge or removable partial dentures are the only ways of filling larger gaps left by several missing teeth. In order to install such a bridge, the adjacent teeth need to be ground down to stumps. The bridge then replaces both the missing teeth and their two neighbors, which were actually healthy. Partial dentures are clamped onto the adjacent teeth using braces.

Implants allow us to install a fixed bridge for up to three adjacent missing teeth without having to damage other teeth in the process.

The installation of the two ceramic.implants is a painless operation performed under local anesthesia, and the implants grow into place and set within 2 to 4 months. So that you don’t have to leave the practice with a visible gap after your initial visit, your dentist can provide you with a temporary restoration.

Once the implants have healed, a custom-made bridge can be attached to them.

This will give your jawline a uniform appearance and restore your ability to chew naturally.

The route from missing tooth to a restoration

In order for your dentist to be able to suggest the best form of treatment for you, they must be aware of all the relevant medical (dental) and personal parameters of your situation. They will perform an initial examination and then ask you if you have any particular wishes or expectations. Treatment with ceramic.implant is split into the following steps:

How you can help ensure success

Implants can last a lifetime. The most important factors in ensuring lasting success are regular follow-up treatments in a dental practice and good oral hygiene. Your dental practice will give you an implant passport, which will be used to log the details of your treatment. This contains important tips for the weeks and months after your ceramic.implant has been fitted.

The clinical staff will provide you with additional instructions on how best to care for your implant during the healing period, which can take 2 to 4 months. Once your treatment is complete, you will need regular check-ups. Remember to bring your implant passport to these appointments to avoid gaps in your documentation.

 

 

 

Remember to bring your implant passport to these appointments so that there are no gaps in your documentation.

Competence in ceramics

VITA Zahnfabrik has been manufacturing dental ceramics for almost 100 years and is a leading provider of solutions for metal-free restorations and esthetic dentistry. Dentists and dental technicians in over 150 countries rely on the product solutions from the German town of Bad Säckingen.

Here, around 710 employees research and manufacture topquality dental products. Over 31 million restorations worldwide have been made using VITA full ceramics.

The company’s vitaclinical division pours all its focus into ceramic.implant. In the development of this product, the business unit worked intensively with leading universities and a network of established implantologists. This dedication resulted in a ceramic implant with comprehensive clinical documentation. The excellent clinical results – and thus positive properties – of ceramic.implant have been documented in numerous studies.

Speak to your dentist for more advice

The first step toward great oral health with no gaps is speaking to your dentist. These experts will be happy explain your options for a modern, non-metallic implant solution that will give you new teeth with natural beauty and strength.

The ceramic.implant can be installed by either a surgeon or a dentist who specializes in implantology. You will be given a consultation prior to the operation to inform you of its requirements, the available options, and how the treatment works.

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