Non-metallic dental implants are conventional size implants made of zirconium ceramic or polymer. These implants have only been used for a few years; they are too recent to determine their long-term effectiveness.
The placement technique of these implants is identical to that of conventional titanium implants. Their use depends on the choice of the dentist or specialist and the patient’s preferences.
The main disadvantage of metal-free implants is their much higher cost than conventional titanium implants.
Benefits of metal-free implants
Steps to install dental implants
All-on-4®, prostheses on dental implants
Care instructions for the fixed prosthesis
What is implantology?
Contraindications to Implantology
Types of Dental Implants
Mini Dental Implants
Metal-free dental implants
Fixed complete prosthesis on implants
Placement of one or more titanium implants
Placement of one or more ceramic implants
Tartar around the edges of implants