Modern dental prosthesis with zirconium oxide dental implants

Due to illness or accidents it can happen that one or even several teeth are permanently missing in the oral cavity. The incomplete appearance, especially in the anterior region, puts pressure on the self-confidence of many people affected. They therefore want dental prostheses that not only look high-quality and natural, but also last for a long time.

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Modern dental implants made of innovative zirconium oxide ceramics are used. Zirconium oxide is a ceramic material that convinces with many advantages. It is therefore suitable for use in removable dentures such as bridges and crowns, as well as implant dentures.

*The material is highly biocompatible. Zirconium oxide dental prostheses are very well tolerated by the body and are therefore ideal for long-term use. In contrast to conventional dental prostheses made of a ceramic-metal composite, which sometimes release harmful metal ions to the gums and discolor them, zirconium oxide is completely harmless.

*Zirconium oxide ceramics look natural: The material can be produced in our dental laboratories exactly in your tooth colour. Since the material partially transmits light, its appearance is very similar to that of natural enamel. Since no metal parts are processed here, there are no visible dark edges or discoloured transitions at the tooth edge.

*Zirconium oxide is very hard and stable over a long period of time, making the dental prosthesis corrosion-resistant and durable.

High-quality zirconium oxide crowns are placed on modern titanium alloy implants.

Dental implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are implanted in the jawbone during a surgical procedure and on which a dental prosthesis made of zirconium oxide ceramics is placed. This type of dental prosthesis offers many advantages over movable full or partial dentures and bridges. The implants offer significantly more wearing comfort. The implants revent the jawbone from breaking down and avoid incorrect loading of the remaining natural teeth.

The implant is made of titanium and titanium alloys that are well accepted by the body tissue. The implant is completely attached to the jawbone in about 2 to 3 months. Thus offers a durable and reliable dental prosthesis.

Procedure of dental implantation

implants to anchor permanently and securely in the jawbone, surgeons with many years of experience in implantology attach great importance to thorough diagnostics and the use of high-quality implant materials. These not only guarantee a firm hold, but also prevent possible risks of inflammation and damage to the jawbone.

*Before the tooth transplantation, the general state of health of the dental space and the jawbone is determined by means of state-of-the-art diagnostics. This includes the determination of the jaw bone structure and quantity, the condition of the gums as well as the course of nerve tracts and the position of the remaining teeth at the implant site.

*Based on the diagnostic results, our implantologists will work with you to draw up a detailed treatment plan. If prior treatment of risk factors such as periodontitis is indicated, this will also be included in the treatment plan.

*The duration of dental implantation always depends individually on your personal dental situation. As a rule, the implantation of a tooth takes about 20 minutes.

*Depending on the desired number of implants, several sessions may also be necessary.

The location of the implant is recorded in detail using CadCam technology. Thus, dental technicians can produce a suitable prosthesis directly on the spot.

*Dental implantationsare performed under local anesthesia, so the treatment is usually painless. Swelling or pressure sensations in the implant area should also subside after 24 hours.

*After the implantation you will receive an implant identification card which proves the authenticity of the dental implant.

Risks of dental implantation

As with any surgical procedure, dental implantation involves some risks. These risks are mainly related to smooth wound healing, jaw health and implant durability. Doctors use comprehensive diagnostics and only high-quality materials. Dental implants are generally made without problems.

On the left, a conventional implant that was inserted inaccurately. On the right, a modern implant that was inserted precisely into the jawbone using CadCam technology.


If the dental implant is not inserted with millimetre precision in the jaw, it can lead to damage of the nerve tracts or adjacent teeth. However, computer-assisted diagnostics enable us to produce detailed images of the oral cavity, nerve tracts and bone substance in such a way that implants can be inserted minimally invasively and precisely and risks can be minimized.

On the left, a conventional implant that has caused inflammation at the implant site. On the right the modern titanium implants used which are excellently accepted by the organism.

The technical literature also mentions possible inflammations and regressions of the bone and gums that can lead to the loss of the implant. In order to exclude these risks, doctors therefore only use implants made of titanium and titanium alloys which are very well accepted by the bone and gums, do not exert any pressure on the surrounding tissue and prevent a further decline in the bone material.

On the left figure, a conventional dental implant has made the jaw bone more porous in its structure. On the right a modern implant with intact bone structure of the jaw.

High risk factors are usually present heart and kidney diseases, poorly adjusted diabetes and general problems with the oral mucosa. In these cases, a dental implant may even be contraindicated. Specialist doctors will advise you in detail whether a dental implant is suitable for you.