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Zirconia Metal Free Implants


Zirconia Metal Free Implants

Why Choose Us?

  • Board Certified by the National Dental Certification Board
  • Awarded The Prosthodontic award for year 2002
  • Member of the Western Region of the Dental Practitioners Association
  • Complete Training in:

    • Endodontics

    • Periodontal Surgeries


We are 1 of only a handful of dentists in the USA currently licensed to place non-metal implants. Please call us today for a FREE CONSULTATION.

Dental Zirconiumoxide Implants – METAL FREE

We are proud to announce that we are now offering METAL FREE FDA approved Dental Implants.

Is Zirconiumoxide a new material?

smiling-girl-CopyZirconiumoxide is not new for medical applications. Zirconiumoxide hip implants have been in use for nearly twenty years (1.8 million implants) and long-term clinical studies exist for these applications.

For dental applications zirconiumoxide has been used for approximately ten years in root posts, and for the last even years in crown and bridge restorations.

How does the mechanical strength of zirconia implants compare to titanium implants?

metalfreeimplantIn contrast to titanium, zirconiumoxide has a significant higher flexural strength. The flexural strength of zirconiumoxide is within 1200-1500 MPa, approximately three times higher than the flexural strength of titanium at 400 MPa.

The monoblock design of Z-Look implants increases the stability by a further 100 – 200%, due to avoiding the reduction in wall thickness of conventional implant designs.

Have implant fractures occurred?

The world market leader for zirconiumoxide products have produced all Z-Look3 implants, with more than 2500 inserted implants. Only one implant fracture has occurred so far, due to trauma. In comparison, the zirconiumoxide abutments of most manufacturers are in some parts only 0.5 mm thick. The slimmest implant core, excluding the threads of Z-Look implants is 2.75 mm.

Hip implants despite the high forces acting on them, have shown to be very reliable.

Does zirconiumoxide dissolve when in contact with body fluids?

No. Zirconiumoxide has a melting point of 2700 degrees Celsius and no free electrons.
Even very strong acids in very high concentrations will not be able to dissolve zirconiumoxide.

Contact us today to set up an appointment to examine the health of your mouth and determine if Metal Free Implants are the right choice for you.


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If you want to complete this procedure but need a little bit longer to make the appointment, we will gladly extend your offer until you are able to do so. Please complete the form below so we can be in touch with you and reserve this special offer for you.

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