FDA -Approved since 2011

Health Canada-Approved since 2011

Europe Community Approved since 2004

Australia - TGA - Approved since 2018

A strong and long-lasting satisfaction

The CeraRoot implant is made of high-strength ceramic and designed to achieve highest functional and esthetic demands, as well as the reliability that enables for an excellent outcome.

The natural and aesthetic solution

The ceramic implant has the color of a natural tooth and it avoids the displeasing appearance of the metal titanium implants, where you can often see a darkness in the gum area.

The existence of a microgap in two-piece metal implant system has been well documented in the literature. This microgap is in microns size and several in-vitro studies tested the microleakage through the microgap and its effect on hard and soft tissues. It was proven that this gap acts as a reservoir for bacteria which induced peri-implant tissue inflammatory reactions. More info

Originally the first dental implants (1980’s) had two parts: the fixture (which goes screwed into the bone) and the abutment (where the prosthetic crown is cemented).

The improvements in new ceramic materials made it possible on 2000 to have the abutment part made of ceramic. This material was commonly known to be more tissue friendly than titanium. More info