Ceramic implants have become firmly established in dental implantology. Patient demand for metal-free solutions is increasing, and the development of new biomaterials, microrough surface techniques and improved treatment protocols have enabled practices to use zirconia dental implants as a reliable treatment alternative to titanium implants. In this case report, the replacement of a mandibular posterior tooth with a zirconium oxide implant is described.
Dr. Carl Pogoncheff’s first full arch case using Zeramex implants. The case included eight Zeramex implants on the maxillary arch and one implant for an edentulous area on the mandible.
Immediate Ceramic Implantology featuring ZERAMEX XT Ceramic Dental Implant – Original Instagram post last April 21, 2022
Zeramex XT Impression. Healing after 4 months | Original Instagram post last February 16, 2022
Social Media Case by Dr. Belir Atalay featuring ZERAMEX XT – The Cosmetic Implant | Original Instagram post – December 18, 2021
Immediate Ceramic Implantology featuring ZERAMEX XT Ceramic Dental Implant – Original Instagram post last January 11, 2022
Dr medical dent. Rouven Wagner, together with Dr. medical dent. Sandra Wagner the dental practice clinic Hohenbuschei in Dortmund. He is an advocate of 3D planning and guided surgery. In the pip interview, Dr. Wagner about his experiences with guided surgery for Zeramex XT.
Together they run an oral surgery practice in Munich and are proven experts in the field of two-piece ceramic implants. In an interview, the surgeons Prof. Dr. Michael Gahlert and Priv.-Doz. dr Stefan Röhling on the advantages of ceramic implants and the attitude of patients towards them. They also clarify the question of whether the ceramic implant, which has priority over the titanium implant, has a future.
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).
Dental implants are essentially are new tooth roots that are placed in the bone and then new teeth can be attached to them. Titanium implants have been the standard since the 1960s and have a very good success rate, but over the last 60 years our understanding of how dental implants and the body interact has significantly grown.