IMPLANTOLOGY: Surgery of two central incisors using CeraRoot34 Zirconia implants

This patient had been missing the teeth since the age of 18. There was bone missing but two dental implants were placed. 

CeraRoot implants are made of high strength ceramics also known as zirconia or zirconium oxide. Zirconia is used nowadays for the majority of restorations on natural teeth or dental implants. CeraRoot implants are metal-free, they don't corrode, they are ultra-biocompatible. 

Because the implants are one-piece design, they don't have micro-gaps where bacteria accumulate. CeraRoot implants were first introduced in Europe in 2003 and approved by the FDA and Health Canada in 2011. This treatment was performed by Dr. Al Manesh, in Mission Viejo, California.

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