Seven different implants
The CeraRoot Dental Implant System offers the user a clear number of implant lines for the successful treatment of most surgical indications in oral implantology. Depending on the tooth to be replaced seven implant lines of the CeraRoot system are available:
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|CeraRoot 16||CeraRoot 34||CeraRoot 34L||CeraRoot 21||CeraRoot 12||CeraRoot 14||CeraRoot 11|
|Molars||Premolars||Premolars||Incisors||Lateral Incisors||Premolars||XL Centrals|
|Short Abutm.||Long Abutm.||Canines||Lower Incisors||XL Canines|
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CeraRoot recomends to use CeraCrown in combination with the CeraRoot implant system. CeraRoot is the first and only dental implant system with pre-fabricated zirconia crown cores: “CeraCrown®”. Every CeraRoot® implant has a specially designed CeraCrown®. These are zirconia cores perfectly adjusted, for ceramic layering technique or over-pressing. CeraCrowns are available in three different shades:
The CeraCrowns have two different functions:
- 1st: pick up impression technique
- 2nd: crown core for direct ceramic loading or over-pressing
With CeraCrown® the prosthetic work is much faster, easier, and precise.
- Esthetic demanding cases
- Holistic and metal-free dentistry
- Allergies to metals
ICE Surface® (patent pending) , the next generation in zirconium oxide implant technology.
Today, with over 8 years clinical follow-up, is the first ever zirconium implant with acid etched surface, providing and optimal macro-, micro- and nano-roughness. This new ICE Surface® helps achieve optimal conditions for the integration between implant and bone. It is a rough surface specially designed for achieving faster and stronger osseointegration compared to machined zirconium oxide implants.
Article 1.- Five year success rate of first consecutive 831 zirconia dental implants in humans. A comparison of three different rough surfaces. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants (JOMI) (download the article HERE)
Article 2.- Osseointegration of Zirconia (Y-TZP) Dental Implants: A Histologic, Histomorphometric and Removal Torque Study in the Hip of Sheep. International Journal of Oral Implantology and Clinical Research (download the article HERE)
According to the long-term data that CeraRoot has accumulated over the years, there seems to be NO bone remodeling around CeraRoot implants in patients with good oral hygiene from clinical cases performed back in 2003. CeraRoot implants also demonstrate to be designed properly, as there hasn’t been any report of a patient fracturing the implant. Providing this level of safety, enhances both the quality of life of the patient and the professional reputation of the clinician. For CeraRoot, such improvements represent a long-term commitment to both our customer and the patient. A clinical case that demonstrates the long-term bone stability and mechanical strength of CeraRoot implants can be viewed at the following link. More info