Why Zirconia Implants? Zirconia is both a tensile and a very durable, dense material. Since it is highly bio-compatible (i.e. able to integrate naturally into the body), it is used in dentistry for posts, crowns, implant abutments and dental implants.
Zirconia matches the color of natural teeth, and is bio-inert making it both a good-looking and superior material in implant dentistry particularly in cases where metal allergies, aesthetics or other compatibility issues are of concern.
Why you should choose dental implants
When you suffer from tooth loss, tooth implants are recommended over short-term bridges, that harm adjacent healthy teeth, and full or partial dentures. Although dentures have long been a staple of restoration dentistry, many find their temporary nature to be problematic. Poorly adhering pastes and sliding dentures can be uncomfortable and leave you feeling insecure. Dental implants you can regain your confidence. A balanced and healthy diet, the freedom to laugh fully, and the ability to speak without hesitation can all become realities. Schedule a consultation with our team to learn how we can revitalize your smile with dental implants.
Dental implants are designed to last
- Provide a permanent restoration for ultimate comfort and fit
- Refresh your smile with a natural looking, beautiful tooth replacement
- Restore your ability to chew properly and speak clearly
- Protect the health of the surrounding teeth and bone
- Require no additional cleaning rituals or maintenance
- Preserve facial structure for a more youthful appearance
- Replace a single missing tooth to a full arch
A biological approach to dental implants
Meet Your Biologic Dental Team
Meet with us virtually schedule your consult with Dr. Curatola and team
STEP TWO Customized treatment plan development and review
STEP THREE Treatment scheduling with a dedicated patient coordinator
We use local anesthesia, the foundational level of sedation, to numb treatment sites before a minor procedure. You remain completely alert under its effects.
We’ll prescribe a medication for you to take either before your visit or during it. The level of anxiety you have will determine the kind of medication we provide as well as the level of comfort you experience.
We administer nitrous oxide, sometimes referred to as laughing gas, through a mask. Nitrous oxide keeps you alert but relaxed throughout your treatment, and its effects wear off quickly after the mask is removed.
Administered intravenously, IV sedation puts you in a sleep-like state, though you’re not actually asleep. You won’t feel any sensation during your procedure, nor will you remember anything about it afterward.