Zirconia Dental Implants,
bringing you the benefits of biodentistry.
Zirconia Dental Implants
What is a singular implant?
The benefits of tooth implants
Tooth implants have various benefits over alternative false teeth options such as:
Dental Implants last longer than bridges or dentures
Prevent any loss of bone
Are sturdier than bridges or dentures, so patients can eat hard foods with no hesitance.
Look like real, natural teeth
Improve self-confidence and the appearance of patients’ smiles
Have no age restriction on who is eligible for treatment
Types of Dental Implants
Titanium dental implants made of an alloy of titanium have great osseointegration capabilities and reduced invasiveness. Titanium is a metal that is strong, lightweight, non-toxic and corrosion-resistant.
It has a proven long-term success rate of 97%. 
Zirconia dental implants are metal-free implants made of ceramic, high-performance material zirconia. Equally as strong as titanium implants, it’s unique characteristic is the elevated grade of biocompatibility. Moreover, it has a proven lower propensity to develop gum infection. 
As a result, greater osseointegration, fewer plaque and bacteria accumulations, no corrosion particles are emitted over time into the body. Besides, its translucency and white colour make it look more like a natural tooth.
What is the Process of Dental
Dr Manuel will create a treatment plan for you after your initial implant consultation.
He will outline what appointments are required and he will describe the option of Zirconia or Titanium, for your implant. He will then book in the required appointments. You will have the tooth/ teeth extracted, followed by the implant being placed into the bone. You will then have a healing cap placed on the implant and allowed 4-6 month for the implant to heal. Then the final crown impression will be taken and the crown fitted.
What does it Feel Like?
After the dental procedure takes place initially you will have some pain and discomfort.
This usually lasts around 2-3 days and Dr Manuel will give you the correct post procedure instructions.
However once the implant has healed and the final crown has been placed the implant will feel like much like your other teeth.
You will feel confident in smiling with no pain or discomfort.
Dental Implants are one of the most effective ways to reduce the chance of bone loss but also help to combat the issue. They prevent any further issues from developing and aid in the restructuring of the mouth, after the loss of a tooth.
Dental Implants help to stimulate the bone to restore bone production. They act like a tooth and the bone treats them like a tooth is there. The bone will slowly grow up around the implant, restoring any type of bone loss that may have taken place from a lost tooth.
There is a chance that if the area of the implant has been without a tooth for a while, a bone graft may be required.
What is bone graft?
A bone graft works by adding bone to your existing jawbone. This enables it to hold the implant securely in place. Your dentist will decide if this process is needed before your implants by looking at the CBCT scan and your OPG. The bone grafting will only be required if the dentist can see a lot of bone loss in the area where the implant will take place.
As you can see it is crucial that when a tooth or several teeth are lost, we create a solution straight away. If you act sooner rather than later, you protect your bone and facial shape.