Attendees enjoyed full lectures, heated discussions, collegiate exchange, and lasting learnings, which characterized the congress as a success. The conclusion drawn was that the future of dentistry is natural, white, and digital, which suggests that ceramic implants will be an essential part of dentistry in the future.
“Retrospectively analysed, the long-term success rate of two-piece ceramic implants has been around 97% over all, with a very low incidence (approximately 8%) of peri-implantitis”, Dr. Jacobi-Gresser points out.
Zeramex takes pride in the production process of their Ceramic Zirconia dental implants. The process begins with the selection of high-grade zirconia powder, which is transformed into hard zirconium oxide ATZ (Alumina Toughened Zirconia) blanks using hot isostatic pressing. This advanced technique ensures that the blanks are strong and durable, able to withstand the rigors of the manufacturing process.
In her 10-Year Follow-Up of Zeramex Ceramic Implant Therapy: Aesthetic and Functional Results That Stand the Test of Time, Dr. Elisabeth Jacobi-Gresser presents the impressive long-term results of Zeramex ceramic implant therapy.
The ZERAMEX Classic is a predecessor model of Zeramex XT. Despite being introduced more than 10 years ago, it continues to demonstrate excellent osseointegration and stable bone levels. It is a groundbreaking product in the field of metal-free implantology. It has proven to be a reliable and effective solution for patients looking for a stable, long-lasting dental implant.
Implant surface characteristics, as well as physical and mechanical properties, are responsible for the positive interaction between the dental implant, the bone and the surrounding soft tissues.