Zirconia Dental Implants

Zirconia Dental Implants in New Jersey

Historically the majority of materials that have been used for dental treatments have been typically made of metal. The primary reason was metals had a mechanical strength and therefore could add to the longevity of dental treatments. Over time, however, studies exposed that “metal in the mouth” poses critical risks and may lead to systemic health issues which are not always easily treated. Consequently, this initiated a search for healthier and safer alternatives to dental metal.

Fortunately, we offer metal-free Zirconia implants at Holistic Dental Center in Millburn, NJ.  Zirconia implants are the highest quality implant available and the most holistic option for tooth replacement. Zirconia implants are durable, biocompatible, and look, feel and function exactly like a natural tooth. 

What is Zirconia?

Zirconia is a dental implant material that has become popular in recent years. It is considered more tooth-like than other materials and is often used for dental implants and bridges. But what is zirconia, and why is it becoming so popular? 

Ceramic zirconia implants were initially introduced because of their aesthetic properties. But new research shows that zirconia implants are safer and more beneficial to patients compared with other alternatives because of their non-corrosive and nonallergic properties.

The Advantages of Zirconia Dental Implants

Zirconia dental implants offer several advantages over traditional dental implants. Some of the benefits of zirconia implants include:

Durable

Due to their makeup, Zirconia implants are a durable ceramic material stronger than titanium. They are known for their longevity and are extremely tough and resistant to wear and tear. With proper dental care and maintenance, they can last for many years. 

Biocompatible

Zirconia implants are becoming increasingly popular due to their biocompatibility and stability. Zirconia is biocompatible, meaning they are compatible with your body tissues and do not cause irritation or rejection. This will lead to healthier gums and a low risk for allergic reactions.

Corrosion Resistant

Zirconia implants are corrosion resistant, meaning they will not corrode or conduct heat, like their metal titanium counterparts. This makes zirconia an excellent option for people with metal allergies or sensitivities.

Bone Integration

Zirconia implants integrate with your jawbone, becoming a part of your mouth over time. This helps keep them stable and in place and also helps to promote bone growth around the implant.

Zirconia Promotes Healthy Regeneration of the Gums

Zirconia dental implants are a popular choice for those who have lost single or multiple teeth. They provide a strong and stable foundation for replacement teeth, and they can help to restore both the function and the appearance of your smile. Zirconia is a strong and durable material that is compatible with the human body. As a result, patients experience a shorter implantation process and a significant increase in comfort and function after surgery.

Natural Appearance

Zirconia implants are made of a safer material and are white colored, closely resembling the tooth’s natural appearance. They are often used for dental bridges and other prosthetics to achieve a more natural look. 

Zirconia Dental Implant FAQs

Ceramic implants are incredibly strong and durable, making them a long-lasting choice for dental implants. They can last for many years with proper care and maintenance.
These implants are made of a ceramic material that is strong and durable. As a result, zirconia implants are just as effective in preventing implant failure and tooth loss. In addition, zirconia dental implants are biocompatible, meaning that they are less likely to cause adverse reactions than some other implant materials.

Contact Us for Zirconia Implants

If you are looking for a dental office that offers ceramic implants, we would be happy to provide you with more information. Our team is highly experienced in providing this type of implant and can help guide you through the entire process.

We understand that deciding what is best for your oral health can be difficult, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment.

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