CeraRoot 16

Indication:

ONE-PIECE IMPLANT

Molars

Lengths:

10 mm / 12 mm / 14 mm

Diameter:

The diameter of the implant is 4.8 mm in the apical area and 6.5 mm in the most coronal threaded part. The transmucosal part is 8 mm wide, providing an excellent emergence profile.

Material:

ZrO2 – zirconium oxide – zirconia – (Y-TZP)

Specifications:

This is a ONE-PIECE implant (monoblock). Excellent primary stability is a requirement for CeraRoot 16.  The space between the occlusal part of the abutment and the antagonist molar needs to be around 1.5 mm. The abutment is designed to avoid grinding once the implant is inserted into the socket. It has an abutment ready to restore. The gum heals around the uncovered abutment during the 3-4 months after surgery.

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Clinical Cases:

Case performed by Dr. Marta Gómez      Extraction of lower first molars and immediate placement of CeraRoot 16  (12 mm long)
        

 

Case performed by  Drs. “Oliva brothers”   Extraction of lower left first molar and immediate placement of CeraRoot 16 (12 mm long)



Case performed by  Drs. “Oliva brothers”  – A CeraRoot 16-12mm implant was placed in a previously grafted area. The keratinized tissue was flap and sutured on the buccal of the implant to give more volume.

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12 thoughts on “CeraRoot 16

  1. Do you have dental providers in Oregon? Medford is the nearest larger city. Can any dentist with implant ability put these in? My dentist only uses titanium implants. He is concerned about stress fractures. Do your implants have a good track record of success for rear molars? Thank you.

    1. Hello Mr. D,

      Yes, the CeraRoot 16 are implants designed with large diameter on purpose so they can withstand any kind of forces (chewing or parafunctions). If you have good amount of bone and you can have a CeraRoot 16 placed, it will be the best choice. Patients are not able to fracture this type of implant. If you are missing bone thickness in the alveolar bone and the dentist has to use a small diameter implant, then the chances of having an implant fracture are higher, but not just with zirconia implants, but also with titanium implants. The best option is to graft the area and recover the bone that was lost, so that the type of implant selected can be the ideal.

  2. Hello, the narrowest implant that we have is CeraRoot 12 with a diameter of 4.1mm. The CeraRoot 12 is supposed to be used in upper lateral incisors and lower incisors.

  3. Hi..i have extracted my first upper molar 10 days ago..im thinking of replacement …how much is it and how long should I wait to go to my dentist and replace it..

  4. Hello Dr. Marinez, sure we can send you the implant to Costa Rica. We will send you the information via private message to your email.

  5. Hello Im Dr M., Im from Costa Rica in Central America and I am very interesting in your product. In fact I have a very especific case to use the Ceraroot 16 x12mm but I want to know if I can buy your product by internet and you can ship all the products and things to my country.
    Thanks I apreciatte your answer.

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