Dental implants are a popular and effective way to replace missing teeth. They provide a permanent solution that looks, feels, and functions just like natural teeth. However, traditional dental implants have been made of titanium, which may not be suitable for everyone. For those who are looking for an alternative material, zirconia dental implants offer a great option. At Fixed New Teeth in Trinity, FL, we specialize in zirconia dental implants to give our patients a beautiful and long-lasting smile.

What Are Zirconia Implants?

Zirconia implants are a type of dental implant that is made from zirconium dioxide, a white-colored ceramic material. This material has been used in the medical field for decades due to its high strength and biocompatibility. Zirconia is often referred to as "ceramic steel" because of its durability and resistance to fracture

Benefits of Zirconia Implants

The benefits of full-arch dental implants are numerous. Here are just a few reasons why this procedure may be the perfect solution for you:

  • Biocompatibility: As mentioned before, zirconia is highly biocompatible, meaning it is well tolerated by the body and does not cause any adverse reactions. This makes it an excellent option for those who have metal allergies or sensitivities.

  • Aesthetics: The white color of zirconia closely resembles natural teeth, making it an ideal choice for implant-supported restorations. This is especially beneficial for those who have thin or translucent gum tissue, as the metal color of traditional implants can sometimes show through.

  • Strength and Durability: Zirconia implants are incredibly strong and resistant to fracture, making them a reliable option for long-term tooth replacement. They can also withstand high chewing forces, making them suitable for replacing molars and other back teeth.

  • Low plaque accumulation: Unlike traditional implants made of titanium, zirconia implants have a smooth surface that does not attract plaque or bacteria. This can help reduce the risk of peri-implantitis and other oral health issues.

  • Easy to customize: Zirconia dental implants can be customized in shape and color to match the surrounding teeth, creating a seamless and natural-looking smile.

The Zirconia Implant Procedure

The process for placing zirconia implants is similar to that of traditional titanium implants. However, because zirconia is a ceramic material, it requires specialized techniques and tools. At Fixed New Teeth in Trinity, FL, our team has extensive training and experience in placing zirconia implants to ensure the best possible outcome for our patients.

The procedure begins with a thorough examination and consultation to determine if zirconia implants are the right option for you. If so, we will plan the placement of the implant using advanced technology, such as 3D imaging and computer-guided surgery.

On the day of the procedure, a small incision will be made in the gum tissue to expose the jawbone. The implant will then be gently inserted into the bone, and the gum tissue will be sutured closed. Over the next few months, the implant will fuse with the surrounding bone through a process called osseointegration.

Once the implant has fully integrated, an abutment (connector) and crown will be placed on top to complete the restoration. The result is a beautiful, functional, and permanent tooth replacement that can last a lifetime.

Caring for Zirconia Implants

Just like natural teeth, zirconia implants require proper care and maintenance to ensure their longevity. This includes brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting our office for regular check-ups and cleanings. Avoiding habits like smoking and excessive alcohol consumption can also help prevent complications with zirconia implants.

Are Zirconia Implants Right for You?

If you are missing one or more teeth and looking for a strong, reliable, and aesthetically pleasing option, zirconia dental implants may be right for you. Schedule a consultation with Fixed New Teeth in Trinity, FL, to learn more about this innovative tooth replacement option and find out if it is the right fit for your dental needs. We are dedicated to helping our patients achieve healthy and beautiful smiles with the latest techniques and materials available in modern dentistry.  So don't wait any longer; contact us today!

“All-on-4”, “Teeth in a Day”, and FiXed New Teeth™, are terms used to describe a procedure that allows patients to receive replacement teeth in just one day. You may hear of other versions of this procedure, such as “Teeth in an Hour,” “Dental Implants in One Day,” “Teeth In One Day,” “Teeth In One Visit.” While they go by many names, all refer to a one-day implant treatment that restores an entire or full arch of replacement teeth.

The Teeth-in-a-Day or FiXed New Teeth™, treatment concept utilizes 4-6 dental implants to attach your new set of permanent replacement teeth in a minimally invasive way. The dental implants used in this procedure are specially designed for immediate function and typically do not require bone grafting. This treatment is attractive for those patients with dentures or who need full upper and/or lower restorations. If you are about to lose your teeth or have many missing teeth, the full-arch procedure can help you achieve a beautiful smile and teeth in just one day.

Unlike other approaches that involve more laborious and costly techniques often requiring bone grafting, sinus lifts, and eight or more implants per arch, which can take up to 3 years to complete treatment, our doctors use this proven technique that involves only using four specially placed implants without the need for bone grafts and sinus lifts. Your new dentures can be completed in just one day.

The result is a solid base of teeth that are fixed in place and are not removed. It means lower costs and reduced healing times, allowing our patients to regain their original youthful smile and original function faster, more reliably.

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What is the process for getting Full-Arch Implants?

4-6 appliances are placed into the jawbone and gums and left to heal sufficiently before the implant bridge can be secured in place. Once implanted, your bridge will resemble the appearance of your natural teeth. Your bridge may need to be removed for periodic evaluation to ensure the health of prosthetic and implants.

As with all Dental Implants, full-arch Dental Implants are placed during an outpatient surgical procedure in our office. Most patients will want to take advantage of some sort of sedation for this procedure, in addition to the local anesthetic that will be used.

Before leaving our office, you are fitted with a fixed complete denture. After the implants have fully integrated with the bone, you may return to receive a second, stronger denture.

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