9 Benefits of Zirconia SDS Implants
Zirconia is the latest and greatest in dentistry for tooth implants, and it is quickly taking over as the new industry standard. But why? There are benefits to using Zirconia SDS (also known as, Swiss Dental Solutions) ceramic implants, making them a better choice than other options. Zirconia dental implants are made of a unique ceramic material, zirconium oxide, that has a high resistance to fracture and high temperatures. They are more robust, less likely to cause a reaction, and reduce the risk for complication. You will see why dentists from all over are making the switch to Zirconia implants. These are the 9 benefits for choosing Zirconia SDS Implants:
1) Zirconia dental implants are 100% biologically compatible.
Zirconia dental implants are made of zirconium dioxide, a ceramic material that is 100% biologically compatible. They are metal-free dental implants. That means it will not cause any irritation or allergic reactions in your mouth. In fact, studies have shown that a zirconia dental implant will actually stimulate the jawbone to grow stronger and denser than it would with metal titanium implants. If you are looking for a safe implant material, zirconia is the way to go.
2) Zirconia implants are more robust than titanium implants.
Zirconia ceramic implants are more robust than titanium implants, which means they will last longer. The best part is that zirconia’s hardness makes it an excellent surface to bond with bone and tissue so you can get back your natural teeth faster. Titanium dental implants are still a very prevalent choice for dental implants, but Zirconia is beginning to take over.
3) There are fewer risks for complications.
Unlike titanium implants, Zirconia implants do not release toxic chemicals into the oral cavity like other materials used in traditional dental implant procedures. Also, the way they are designed, the SDS Zirconia implants do not encourage oral bacteria. This dramatically reduces the risk of developing gum disease. Using a ceramic implant will allow the implant to last longer than traditional dental implants because they are not made from metal or porcelain materials that break down over time. In addition, Zirconia dental implants require less maintenance and will not need as many replacements as traditional dental implants.
4) Your jaw bone and tissue forms a solid connection.
The jaw bone and tissue form a solid connection with Zirconia implants, which is the reason it is called osseointegration. It also means that your new teeth will be strong and natural-looking because your natural bone structure supports them. You can feel confident in this decision as there are very few risks associated with getting a ceramic implant.
5) They allow for an easy crown replacement.
Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth. However, sometimes the crown, the replacement tooth, needs to be replaced. Replacing a crown can be a time-consuming and challenging process. But thanks to zirconia implants, this process has become much more manageable. Zirconia implants from a solid and durable material that can withstand years of wear and tear. This makes them ideal for use in dental crown replacements.
6) They offer an affordable alternative to other implants.
Ceramic dental implants provide a great way to replace missing teeth, but they can be expensive. If you are on a budget, zirconia may be a more affordable option for you. Zirconia is durable and looks just like natural teeth, making it a great alternative to other implants.
7) You can enjoy most of the same food you ate before surgery.
If you have had dental implant surgery, then you know that it is important to take care of your teeth and gums after the surgery. You may be wondering if this means that you can no longer enjoy the same foods as before the procedure. There are some foods that you should avoid after tooth extraction and others that can be eaten just like normal. You should avoid hard foods that could damage your implant or crown. Hard foods, like nuts or candies, could do damage to the implant and require repair. It is best to steer clear of these types of foods if at all possible.
8) They provide natural-looking teeth that can last for decades.
Ceramic implants are a great way to replace missing teeth, as they look and function like your own teeth. Implants are placed in the jawbone, and a tooth-like restoration, called a crown, is attached to them. The implants are also made from materials that stimulate bone growth, which means they can replace your own tooth roots and create a healthy foundation for new gum tissue to grow over time. This will prevent any further bone loss from occurring and will keep your smile healthy. Implants can last for many years with the proper care.
9) The crown will fit more comfortably on Zirconia than it would on a metal-based implant.
The crown will fit more comfortably on Zirconia dental implants than it would on a titanium implant. This is because the ceramic implants are less resistant to bending and flexing, which can be an issue for patients who have lost teeth in front. Zirconia also offers better protection against bacteria and decay when compared with other materials such as porcelain or titanium.
Contact Houston Biological Dentist For A Consultation
At Houston Biological Dentistry, we care about our patients and their oral health. We want what is best for their teeth in the long term and are always looking for the best and most excellent techniques. Contact our office today at (713)-785-7767 to learn more about Zirconia SDS (Swiss Dental Solutions) Ceramic Implants and find out if they are right for you. Our talented staff is always prepared to answer your questions and make sure you are ready for treatment.
Dr. Marilyn Jones - Houston Biological Dentist
A graduate from the University of Texas Health Science Center Dental School where she received her Doctor of Dental Surgery, Dr. Jones holds a master’s degree in chemistry from the University of Houston. She is a passionate, skilled, and talented dental surgeon with a drive for excellence.
While previously being a tenured Assistant Professor of chemistry & an Assistant Professor of integrative dentistry, Dr. Jones continues to educate and update herself on the modern approaches and practices of dentistry and related advances in healthcare to ensure that she delivers the best possible care and service to her patients.