Having any foreign objects fixed into your body definitely raises lots of questions.
If you’re thinking of getting dental implants, you’ll probably want to know what’s being put in your mouth – what are they made of? Are they safe?
Over the years at Advanced Dental Artistry, we’ve heard many questions from patients about the safety of the materials used in dental implants.
To put it very briefly, dental implants are made of medical-grade materials that are safe for your dental health.
But maybe you want to know more…
Manufacturers make their dental implant products from a variety and combination of materials.
Some have even made metal free dental implants, such as the Nobel Pearl, Straumann Ceramic Implant Systems and Zeramax implants, as alternative options to the commonly used titanium alloy version.
What’s the difference? Let’s break it down…
At Advanced Dental Artistry, we use dental implants from Nobel Biocare, a world leader of dental implants and related products since 1965.
They are at the forefront of innovation in the dental industry, creating superior implant technology with over 50 years of research behind their designs.
With the design of the Nobel Biocare TiUnite surface proven to have an estimated survival rate of more than 99% after one year, and 95.1% after ten years at the implant level, the success of titanium Nobel Biocare implants is unmatched.
Backed by a wealth of clinical research, we put our complete trust in their products.
You too can rest assured of your significant investment into your dental health due to their incredible success rate.
Have more questions on dental implant materials or the procedure itself?
Get in touch with our friendly team and we’ll answer any questions you have.
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