In Ceramic implants 2/21, Prof. Belir Atalay and Dr Alper Çıldır presented a case report where they used i.a. Zeramex XT ∅ 5.5 mm (WB), length: 10 mm in the anterior region (#11).
Dr. Miguel Stanley, Founder and Designated Implantology Expert at White Clinic in Portugal, shared with us an exciting case of implant treatment with Zeramex XT at position 21 and 11.
Social Media Case Report posted last December 2021, from Dr. Joseph Sarkissian’s Instagram Account. A perfect fit for the situation today. Great for upper lateral incisors. Resorbed ridge. My pilot drill was 2.8 mm and from there on I expanded the bone without any further drilling.
In the article entitled “Diameter-reduced two-part ceramic implants for narrow gaps in the aesthetic zone” , Dr. Gupta shared his experience in using Zeramex XT (SB 3.5 mm, 12 mm), which is intended for narrow gaps in the lower jaw front and for lateral incisors.
Dr. med. dent. Christian Schubert has a video on the subject of “Ceramic or titanium implants. Which implant suits you?” With the permission of Dr. Schubert we publish the video as well as the editorially prepared text version of his contribution.
Social Media case by Dr. Luis A. Alicea. The patient requested to try to clean the caries and we tried however the caries reach to the furcation area of the tooth. The decision was replace the tooth by a ZERAMEX ceramic implant.
Social Media case by Dr. Luis A. Alicea. The patient reported pain on teeth 16 and 30. The patient received previously alveolar bone graft in the left lower jaw. Five(5) ceramic implants were placed in positions of 3,15,18,19 & 30.
Social Media case by Dr. Luis A. Alicea. This patient had missing teeth 1 to 6, 13 to 16, 18 to 20, 30 to 32. The case was evaluated with #cbct and @3shape implant studio for individual and implant bridges restorations.
Social Media Case Report posted last October 2021, from Dr. Joseph Sarkissian’s Instagram Account. Placing a ZERAMEX fully metal-free ceramic implant
Social Media case by Dr. Luis A. Alicea. This patient had pain on a tooth#8 (11). The exam reveal decoloration, caries, fracture, internal reabsorsion and root canal contaminated.