Dental implants have been fabricated in pure titanium for over 30 years. Titanium is a metal that is highly biocompatible and allows high rates of osseointegration.
Currently dental implants are being designed in pure ceramics, which allow aesthetic results that are very close to perfection, with levels of osseointegration and biocompatibility comparable to titanium. In this context, in collaboration with national and international centers for scientific research, the Implantology Institute is developing and perfecting the ceramic implants that are available today.
We are pioneers in this field and many patients seek us out to achieve oral rehabilitation with this little known technique. We have documented cases of rehabilitation entirely with ceramic implants, with very high rates of success in short periods of time.